Indigenous People’s Day

October 11, 2015 8:40 pm

Copyright 2015, The Tzo’-Nah Fund Tomorrow is a misremembrance of history; it is a lie. There are many names or handles attached to the renaming Columbus Day including Indigenous Peoples’ Day. We are, as humankind, all indigenous to Mother Earth. It is good we are celebrating peoples of the Americas who have survived a holocaust.

An American Indian Philosophy for Modern Times

May 22, 2015 8:34 pm

Copyright 2015 The Tzo’–Nah Fund The second book to be published, An American Indian Philosophy for Modern Times, is a mixture of Henry-Joseph’s verbatim quotes along study and research. Henry-Joseph Paradise, American Indian, is teacher-guide and it is their works I, Tzo’-Nah, am student and scholar. Please download the brochure to the first book.

Not a Holy Man – Henry Joseph Paradise, HJP

January 13, 2015 3:03 am

I am going to publish unedited version of chapters in the upcoming book which may or may not be changed at publication.  Today, I am going to unwind a little version chapter entitled I Am Not a Holy Man by my teacher-guide Henry-Joseph Paradise, an American Indian.  Here we go: The understanding of the spiritual.

Reading notes 9.11.13

September 11, 2013 9:27 pm

Bits and pieces of notes taken in 1977 by Henry-Joseph Paradise to Tzo’-Nah. Long time away but like yesterday!  The point made here is about sound vibration.  how it functions or in metaphor how it functions. “The Indian story is closer to what we are going after.  Indian story is closer to the truth than.

Native American Land Ethics

August 6, 2013 5:27 pm

People working with American Indians in regard to land management run into problems with a difference in worldviews.  There is a lack of understanding of how American Indians view land.  To say the very least, this has been ongoing since first contact.  “A worldview may be understood as a set of conceptual presuppositions, both conscious.