It is taking sometime to put together the blogs for Te Papa Museum and after then sharing on Te Waka Hiringa a gathering for students in the Masters of Applied Indigenous Knowledge at Te Wananga o Aotearoa. So in the time of collecting I am sharing a piece written during the noho. It was to explore the Joy of Writing which I hope (and know) is transmitted below. Mahalo for your time and attention :) Tena koe, Kia ora and Aloha. Me ka ha'aha'a - Indigenous Ecosystems (@kteabam)
Written at Te Waka Hiringa Koena 3 of 4 with He Waka Hiringa (Masters of Applied Indigenous Knowledge) at Wananga o Aotearoa (Kirikiriroa, Aotearoa)
He Waka Hiringa – Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge acknowledges excellence in indigenous practice and directs the benefits of those practices back into communities. This will involve a study of principled practice and the embedding of principle in your practice. This will culminate in the completion of a community project involving the application of your practice for community benefit.
Website: http://www.twoa.ac.nz/Nga-Akoranga-Our-Programmes/Tikanga-me-nga-Ahuatanga-Maori/He-Waka-Hiringa-Master-of-Applied-Indigenous-Knowl.aspx (copy and paste address in bar for more information)
Advisor: Shelly Davies email@example.com
Kaiako: Manulani Meyer
Parameters: hand write for 10 minutes non-stop, and if you can't think of anything write blah blah blah. No spelling or grammar corrections, just write, write, write.
My Favorite Place...
Even if you are not a write try this exercise out, write about your Favorite Place for 10 minutes uninterrupted. If you are open please share in the comment box. If you are more artistic express your Favorite Place for 10 minutes then post a video or photo of your creation.
This exercise for me was awesome and I hope that it helps facilitate writings and ideas I hold inside.
And back to the Te Papa and He Waka Hiringa blogs, to come :)
Cheers, Tena Koe, Aloha and Me Rongo.
is related to my N8v doctoral lifestyle journey