Synchronized Heart Rhythms at Blue Star

The young women that work and live on the farm are all hard working and passionate, creative, sensitive and strong. They all have great big lives planned and the Blue Star farm has given them amazing skills to build their lives with.

Zoe Milos has lived on and off the farm for all the eight years that the farm has been active. Her experience and wisdom about horses and humans is far more than she is yet able to express publicly but we all know that one day Zoe will write her story here and it will be life changing, not only for her, but for all that care to share in reading her story.

 

The girls can handle a whole herd of horses of all sizes and health issues. They can handle extreme weather and all kinds of other adversities they encounter in their day to day lives. Farm life is not an easy life. They have all sacrificed and given what they can to keep the farm alive during the hardest  times and they celebrate the simple pleasures of the unique lives they have and they do that everyday in all kinds of ways. The girls are humble and grateful and wise beyond their years.  They are a big part of the beating heart that keeps Blue Star alive.

Like the women before that took it upon themselves to help feed and care for their country when the world was at war, the young women living at Blue Star are working to help restore and build a way forward that honors where they come from by “actively” remembering who they are.

Blue Star needs these young women and all the other young volunteers that come to give what they can. There is so much hope alive in them for their community locally and globally and they will all tell you that the horses they care for have opened their eyes and hearts to just how important their contribution is.

Like the women who came before them they do their part with joy and laughter and a sense of style applied to the horses as much as themselves!

Please join them in keeping Blue Star strong.  There are all kinds of ways to support and perhaps the most important is the consistent month to month membership that carries us financially. We know that is the surest way to build the security we need month to month and year to year. For far too long Blue Star has operated with less than it needs.

Learning and sharing ancient and what we believe are also very “modern” and useful skills these girls are able to do what has to be done to keep their dreams alive, dreams of stronger and more connected physical tie to the earth they consider themselves stewards of.

Now is a perfect opportunity for more of us to commit, now when the future of everything we love about our local communities and the natural world and our place in it all is threatened with so much disconnect. It doesn’t have to be that way and it is not out of our hands.

Emma has always loved Elders, human elders and at Blue Star she has found that Elders of other species, like the Horse, also have profound wisdom to share. Jasper has helped Emma unravel the mysterious miracle and blessing her life really is and we are all better for it. Emma has already begun to express herself through different media and it is only just the beginning.
Supporting the youth at Blue Star is supporting an American tradition of being the change we want to see in the world.

Please Join the Herd and join the young women and young men on the farm, who are doing their best, who believe in a better interconnected future honoring their ancestors with the Spirit of the Horse.

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