Do You Ever Wonder About Your Life Purpose?

We’re excited to announce the creation of our new website (still in development) called How To Live on Purpose. You’ll be able to find many resources to help you create the life of your dreams. Read more about finding your life purpose, by following the bent of your nature.

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When you understand and follow the bent of your nature, you will find yourself naturally aligning with other individuals who will support your life purpose.

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3 Comments to “Do You Ever Wonder About Your Life Purpose?” »
  1. January 15th, 2011 at 3:12 am
    Patti Billi wrote:

    I am a fifth grade teacher at Rhoads Elementary School in Katy, Texas. One of my students wrote the following about a few students who were teasing her about being afraid of things: “Ya it is scary to me.Just cuz u guyz wanna act tough doesnt mean u have to get on everyone’s case that is afraid of certain things. You dont need to tell people to get over it.Don’t u guyz know EVERYONE IS DIFFERENT.Just like the TallTree people said we’re not all the same. Everyone is scared of something, I mean everyone! And if u not afraid of anything,think again cuz u are.” I want to thank you for your presentation. Your point came through loud and clear.

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  2. August 4th, 2011 at 8:14 pm
    scott noel wrote:

    This is what its all about. Life can be so unfair and cruel , even for the little ones. My daughter has clung to the native way of thinking and seeing. She refuses to call hersealf anything but native. I teach what I can. We live in the midwest , not a lot of kindrid spirits around. My journey has just begun and I share it with my family. I have found my fathers name over and over again on the dawes and baker rolls. This is going to take some time and work. I see the pride in my daughters eyes and that pushes me on. I have lived 42 years as a white man with a dark complection . The truth of me is calling me home to my true history. I will reclaim what was taken by the man that refused to be the father he was. I will be the native father I never got to know.

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    1. April 15th, 2013 at 12:09 am
      TheTallTrees wrote:

      Hi Scott,
      I was just reading over a comment you left us awhile ago, and wanted to say how much I appreciated your thoughts. How are you — and your daughter — doing? We’ve recently launched a few really cool things you’d probably enjoy. One of them is a daily inspirational Native American quote that we send directly to your email ‘in-box’ each day.

      There’s not any cost for it, it’s just something we like to do for our friends. If you’d like to receive it, just send us an email to: and we’ll make sure to add you to our list.

      Hope all is good in your life, brother.

      Gakina-awiiya (We are all related),
      Robert and Terri TallTree

      “Teach us love, compassion and honor…that we may heal the Earth and heal each other.” – Ojibwe

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