I Am Taino

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 198 People

    Our History Is Our Future..

    My God father from my wedding is taino, His in a taino culture read in the city and he stays inviting me there, but i feel so bad because i never go. The reason for that is that i feel as though i don't have the history right and i don't know enough to Evan hold a conversation,i...
    mrslonelylady mrslonelylady
    31-35, F
    May 25, 2010

    I Feel As Well

    ....   i'm unhappy with my life. I eat every time i'm sad or depressed. i love my daughter so i wont hurt her by leaving her dad...at the same time i'm not happy with myself because i can't tell my husband that i'm in love with another girl .we've been together for 11yrs...
    mrslonelylady mrslonelylady
    31-35, F
    May 24, 2010

    I'm Taino Indian. My grandmother was 60% taino.

    I never got to know her but I used to love looking at pictures of her. I thought she was beautiful with her long black hair, her high cheekbones, and her eyes that reflected an ancient taino soul. I'm proud of being indian. When I live on the island, I used to love listening to...
    caribbeanbabe808 caribbeanbabe808
    16-17, F
    Dec 29, 2013

    Searching the Past

    hello, I have been told stories by my Grandmother that i wish to learn more about and carry on. Now that i have a daughter i wish to instill the teachings of my family into her to preserve a fast dying way of life. However, i want to be accurate. I have been told that my family...
    nevacomplacent nevacomplacent
    26-30
    Aug 26, 2008

    My Awakening

    Hello Brothers and Sisters I was 21yrs old when I met my wife at a butlins holiday camp, trying hard to live more positive due major mistakes in my life. She invited herself within my presence and came to see me during her spare time, she listened to my loud rap music and was...
    dread2society dread2society
    31-35, M
    Feb 18, 2008

    A Note Of Appreciation From The Rich

    These ideas are very important to me...enjoy... Let's be honest: you'll never win the lottery. On the other hand, the chances are pretty good that you'll slave away at some miserable job the rest of your life. That's because you were in all likelihood born into the wrong...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Jul 14, 2011

    Opinion: Columbus Day Celebrates Genocide

    By Roberto Mucaro Borrero As Columbus Day fast approaches so does the realization that it is one of the most controversial of 8 U.S federal holidays. At least 17 States do not celebrate or recognize the holiday and plans for annual protests and related educational...
    Mucaro Mucaro
    41-45, M
    1 Response Dec 21, 2007
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