9, Te Tala O Mamas XL in Danger Island by Nia-Val Ngaro


PSALMS, 16:1-2.
I love the lord for he heard my voice, he heard my cry for mercy.
But he turned his ear to me, I will call on him as long as I live.

I believe the children are our future, lead them well and let them lead the way.
Show them all the beauty they possess inside, give them a sense of pride to make it easier.
Let the children’s laughter remind us how we used to be.

A story about Mothers, Grandmothers and even Great-Grandmothers. Those who got together in this Arts program that would help revive the Cook Islands, Pukapukau Culture through the Arts for the new generation. The days were long and nights were cold, but they worked through unity which one of their many strengths. Warm smiles and enjoyable laughter to the workload. They were amazing multitasking people and were self-driven to succeed in the Arts. These are our superheroes. We love them all to bits.

I could say the same about my mother, but whose counting down the days.


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