Kokopelli – Kindness, Gratitude, and Abundance

This Native American story teaches kindness, gratitude, and abundance. Enjoy.

17 Comments on “Kokopelli – Kindness, Gratitude, and Abundance

  1. If I was still in the classroom I would have loved to share your storytelling with my students. Great job, Skywalker.

      • Like Jeff, I would share it with classes if I were still teaching. I wonder if this is something you have tried to share with schools in the past? Your work collecting and telling stories would be such an asset to teachers at all levels…

      • I did tell stories in Iowa, but schools don’t really have the money to pay for me to do it. So, I eventually want to expand my YouTube presence – but I’ve got to complete my book first. I am doing a winter holiday program here in Homer and trust it will be a good introduction to the community.

  2. Reblogged this on Voices from the Margins and commented:
    The blogging world has been a blessing in my life. It has given me an opportunity to meet and become friends with so many gifted people. Skywalker Payne is among them – a gifted writer, thinker, and storyteller who reminds me to look deeper to see that all life is sacred. I wish to thank her for graciously allowing to me to share this beautiful story and performance here.

  3. Storytelling is fundamental to all communications. In my view, our failure to attend to and really hear peoples’ stories is the main cause of disharmony and friction.

  4. What a wonderful story! And told in such a lovely voice! I see you have many talents – you play the flute as well 🙂

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