Look at you guys. I thought moving the class outside for a day would get you off your phones, but you’re still staring at your tiny screens. Liking photos of people you’ve never met, commenting on their lives while they comment on yours. Do you have any idea what is happening in the world you live in? Do you think that the photo on your screen has anything to do with that world? The world you live in is slowly shrinking. There is a tiny group of men who are buying it and stripping it naked and selling you what they extract. They are raping your world and selling you what they take. I mean, they sell you the water you drink, the air you breathe and you line up for it like sheep. They will kill your brother and steal your child and pollute everything you love. And you’ll never notice because you’re so hypnotized by a world that doesn’t exist.
This house makes me want to put a baby in every room. Kids running everywhere. It needs chaos to make it a home.[to Kayce]
Kayce used to tell me what a war it was for you, keeping this place. When this land belonged to my people a hundred and fifty years ago, children were stolen and men were killed. Families herded away like cattle. And nothing’s changed. Except you’re the Indian now.[to John]