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“She who learns, teaches.”

– says a very wise Ethiopian proverb.

In a world that too easily settles for less, we believe in, and fight for goodness and greatness. The Wild Rabbit House’s intent to create and share a visual story that inspires other to celebrate their distinct heritage. At the same time, bring together objects we love and honour the artisans!

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  • The Wild woman. Where does she lives? She walks the deserts, woods, oceans, cities, in the barrios, and in castles. She lives among queens, among campesinas, in the boardroom, in the factory, in the prison, in the mountain of solitude. She lives in the ghetto, at the university, and in the streets. She leaves footprints for us to try for size. She leaves footprints wherever there is one woman who is fertile soil. Clarissa Pinkola Estes
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Beautiful picture of @shanellenyasiase Queen of butterflies for @alexandermcqueen! @regrann from @bof
  • Listen to the voice of nature. For it holds treasures for you. #wisdom #nature #motherearth #listen #story #journey
  • Sleeping In The Forest
I thought the earth remembered me, she 
took me back so tenderly, arranging 
her dark skirts, her pockets 
full of lichens and seeds. I slept 
as never before, a stone 
on the riverbed, nothing 
between me and the white fire of the stars 
but my thoughts, and they floated 
light as moths among the branches 
of the perfect trees. All night 
I heard the small kingdoms breathing 
around me, the insects, and the birds
who do their work in the darkness. All night 
I rose and fell, as if in water, grappling 
with a luminous doom. By morning 
I had vanished at least a dozen times 
into something better.
Mary Oliver #poet #poem #beautifulwords #nature #forest #maryoliver
  • Respected Somali model Iman has played an integral role in shaping the fashion industry over the course of 35 years. Iman has shared in the past her own experience as a black Muslim woman who chooses not to wear a hijab: “I’ve heard all types of critiques—as a Somali girl, as a model, as a mom, as a Muslim who does not wear a hijab, marrying a white man, my late husband David Bowie. But you know, I live my truth.”
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Still Iman feels an incredible amount of pride in being from Somalia and in being Muslim women.
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Iman put it best when she said, “I’m always my father’s daughter, and I’ll always be a Somali girl. And that is the pride that you put in yourself, the pride of yourself and never lowering your worth. You don’t have to lower yourself. They’ll meet you where you stand because it is my ground. »
#woman #culture #tradition #heritage #africa #respect #sharing #story
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  • Worth reposting. No matter how culture, personality, psyche, or other might demand women to dress and behaved, no matter how others may wish to keep all females in a gaggle, no matter what pressures attempt to compress a woman’s soulful life, they cannot change the fact that a woman is what she is, and that this is dedicated by the wild unconscious, and that it is very, very good. Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Let’s not forget that! |#essence #wildness #identity #authenticity #soulful #unique #beyourself #proud | Beautiful picture by @giovannaphotography
  • Everything you’re sure is right can be wrong in another place. | #keepquestioning #maturity #wisdom #fresheye #life #change #evolving #growing #learning #journey #understanding #awareness #beopenminded #respect
  • « Although I did not call her by that name then, my love for Wild Woman began when I was a little child. I was an aesthete rather than an athlete, and my only wish was to be an ecstatic wanderer. Rather than chairs and tables, I preferred the ground, trees, and caves, for in those places I felt I could lean against the cheek of God. » Clarissa Pinkola Estes #wildwoman #ourspace #nature #connection #motherearth #inspiration
  • Fascinating shamanic story! The owl! In 1946, whilst he was working in the Antibes Museum (Palais Grimaldi), Picasso adopted a small owl with an injured leg that was found hiding in a corner. Gilot described Picasso’s reactions to the owl in her memoirs: “While Pablo was still working at the Musée d'Antibes, Michel Sima had come to us one day with a little owl he had found in a corner of the museum. One of his claws had been injured. We bandaged it, and it gradually healed. We bought a cage for him, and when we returned to Paris, we brought him back with us and put him in the kitchen with the canaries, the pigeons and the turtledoves. He smelled awful and ate nothing but mice.  Every time the owl snorted at Picasso, he would shout, Cochon, Merde, and a few other obscenities, just to show that he was even worse mannered than him, but Picasso’s fingers, though small, were tough and the owl didn’t hurt him. Finally the owl would let him scratch his head and gradually came to perch on his finger instead of biting it, but even so, he still looked very unhappy,” (Françoise Gilot, My Life with Picasso, New York, 1964, pp. 144-45). #art #artist #owl #shamanic #healing #picasso #pablopicasso