Burning Desire

Nothing stays impossible when hope emerges from a remote chance to a clear-cut burning desire that is so complete in detail the mind accepts it as real.  Wishing and expecting are as different as the thorny vine and the fragile fern. Don’t let a living soul keep you from the mental picture that your dream is…

SHE JUST LET GO

For 12 years every time we go through our local car wash Dagny, our Wire-Haired Dachshund has gone ballistic as the water, soap, brushes and dryer surround the car.  She barks, bites at the windows and feverishly jumps back and forth from the front seat to the back seat.  Something changed today as she sat on…

What is a Dream Catcher?

Dream Catchers are arts and crafts of the Native American people. The original web dream catcher of the Ojibwa was intended to teach natural wisdom. Nature is a profound teacher. Dream catchers of twigs, sinew, and feathers have been woven since ancient times by Ojibwa people. They were woven by the Grandfathers and Grandmothers for…

Journey of a Stone Person

Yesterday evening my nephew Justin and I went through Glenwood Canyon in Colorado as the sun was setting, casting shadows on the western side of the canyon and illuminating the eastern side, turning the reddish tinted stone walls a brilliant orange as the last few fingers of light found their way over the top of…

The Changing Stone

At the age of 65 I realize how incredibly Blessed I am. With Creator’s guidance my wife and I have the ability to travel to some incredible places and do some amazing things. For two weeks I have been in Colorado, and I find that this is a place that allows me to recharge my batteries…

Calming The Storm

Once again, this spring has brought severe storms to so many people. It is easy to just move on with our lives after the skies clear and the newscasters tell us the threat has past. Yet, it is so important to remember all the destruction, injuries and loss of life that the storms left in…

Change is a Way of Life

Change is a way of life—the seasons tell us so. Yet nothing shakes us like change. Though we may expect it and sometimes even want it, more often we dread it. We dread change because we fear it—we do not think change can be for the better. Things happen that we would never have asked…

Tea Pee Tea – Prostate Support NEW ITEM

Nuwati has been getting more and more requests for a tea to help men support healthy bladder and prostate functions.  The herbs in Tea Pee have been traditionally used to assist with discomfort and frequent urination.  We suggest drinking one cup in the morning and another before going to bed.

Tea Pee Tea is lovingly dedicated to Rod’s father, Joe Jackson who walked on from Prostate Cancer in January 1998.  Joe was a hard working-dedicated loving man who always put his family before himself.  It is an honor to dedicate our Tea Pee for prostate support to Rod’s sweet father.  Love you Dad.