Medicine Man

Posted By on October 2, 2011

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  1. Laurie Lacey says:

    Hey, Randy,

    Wow! Thank you for the wonderful post! This is one of the best stories (if not the best) I’ve ever had written about me and my life’s play . . . er, I mean, work. 🙂

    It’s a terrific piece of writing.

    Good medicine always,
    Laurie

  2. […] Posted By Randy on October 7, 2011 “You know, I often say that the world’s a crazy place – “crazy” in a good sense, and in the sense that, for example, when you walk in the forest or over the fields, or elsewhere, you never know what you’re going to come across.” ~ Laurie Lacey […]

  3. […] of the Birch tree that resulted in my sending the following message to a wise and esteemed friend, Laurie Lacey, seeking his advice. A couple days ago, as I’m sure you saw, I went for a walk with our dog […]

  4. […] Medicine man Laurie Lacey with Rita Baruss in a picture taken on our medicine walk with them. We anticipate many more! […]

  5. […] inspiration for this poem came while I was reading the intro to my esteemed Friend Laurie Lacey’s 15 January 2012 Natural Healing Talk newsletter. Read Laurie’s words, then mine, and […]

  6. […] fount of ethnobotanical Wisdom, Laurie Lacey. I’ve written of Laurie before in my article Medicine Man and he was the inspiration for my poem, Trails – With Dedication to Laurie […]

  7. […] surrounded by medicinal plants and trees, and also, that we live in this ocean of healing energy. ~ Laurie Lacey, Mi’kmaq Medicines – Remedies and Recollections (Revised Second […]

  8. […] is still being taught themselves. In reference to my Esteemed Friend and Teacher, Laurie Lacey, I once wrote some lines that I will paraphrase here because I can think in the moment of no better […]

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