Love is healing
"Love: yourself, those with HIV/AIDS, your people. Love yourself. Honour our people. Stand as one nation against AIDS. The B.C. Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Program of the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, is funded by the Aboriginal Health Division of the B.C. Ministry of Health. The Child starts in the East of the Medicine Wheel, where new birth and rebirth from which the new day comes into the world. It is the place of innocence, guilelessness, spontaneity, joy and the capacity to believe in the unseen. There we will learn of warmth of spirit, purity, trust, hope and the uncritical acceptance of others. We will learn to love as a child loves; a love that does not question others and does not know itself. It is the place of beginnings, human beings must return many times to the east. (Pg43) 'The Sacred Tree", 1985. Pictures by: Chris Auchter."
Auchter, Chris (artist)
Color photograph of a tree in a forest with a drawing of a man on his knee being kissed on the cheek by a little girl.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--TreatmentChildrenIndigenous peoplesLoveTreesYouth
British Columbia Native AIDS Awareness Project
British Columbia, Canada
61.0cm x 46.0cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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