There have been no new changes since the last report. with the exception of the addition of our newest member becoming appointed to the southern TX territory and clan captain positions.
last report 2013
We as a society are successfully building relationships within our Orders and between them. As we continue to grow to new heights, we find that the brother/ sisterhood of our members are developing relationships that we can be proud of.
The bond between family is stronger than mere blood alone.
As we continue to grow there will be even more ideas and knowledge to be passed on to the rest of us. This increases our awareness of exactly how much there still is for us to learn. We are in infancy, and there is nothing wrong with that. We are uniting and beginning a new circle; just as a child begins in theirs. Over time our Society’s hoop will unite all of the Nations of our Kin.
We are recruiting new members from all clans and all Cherokee Nations with an ultimate goal of representation of all our clans and the membership to drive us forward into the next generations. We are united under this Confederacy of Orders for strength and solidarity.
We are actively seeking guidance and council from our Elders and Ancestors and we pray on the smoke that our Creator hears us and assists us in our endeavor. An endeavor that the Creator instructed, and we as followers of the Wolf must continue.
We must hold the seven laws as sacred and promote them to all we hold dear. The laws of (7) Respect, Honor, Family, Loyalty, Duty, Defense and Cooperation
So long as we follow these laws and cooperate with each other for a greater good we will persevere.
Let us all come together and seek out those that are looking for us.. Subtly of course: it was said that they would find us. We must let it be known that we are here however, or else those looking for us will never know we exist.
We must continue to further our efforts to study the ways of our brother, in the wild and in captivity. These ways will assist us in our modern lives: as they adapt, so will we.
It has been disheartening at times that I am still here in this role as Head captain though I am glad that I can still be here to assist and develop as needed. I was hoping for better involvement and rapid overnight growth and success. But as a child, we will grow slowly, and develop a strong foundation that we can be proud of. Or else we would be doomed to be a large creation with little knowledge and no little experience.
I look forward to the day when enough membership has been attained to fully represent all of the clans and recognized Cherokee Nations. When that day comes we will begin the elections process and the Head Council along with the rest of the elected personnel will begin to represent our people as planned.
Until that day comes I will remain here as Head Captain.