Healing River Waters: Season of Creation 2020

prayers of my heart, a collection of articles and writings by C. Alicia Randolph

In the 1995 wildly popular Disney animated movie, loosely based on the life of Pocahontas, there is a song about rivers.This was a favorite movie of my two older kids, Ethan and Grace and it was a favorite Disney movie of my father as well, who one afternoon took us all to see it.My father knew as much about the story of Pocahontas as anyone could have, I suspect.Always a student of history, he was intrigued by the story of Pocahontas and often wondered what we did not really know about her.He knew that Disney took great liberties with her history, but he, like my kids was captivated by how nature was a character in the story.They especially loved how the River was a character in the film, and how it came alive and shimmered when Pocahontas began to sing:

What I love most about rivers is
You can’t step…

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