Walking and Singing the Talk

Choctaw Elder Sequoyah Trueblood grew up with a German grandmother that couldn’t quite beat the Indian out of him. He joined the army when he came of age and despite outstanding achievements and medals to prove it, he has no military benefits and no pension.

He battled severe PTSD and contracted Agent Orange on the battlefields of Vietnam. The Super Amphetamine he was given in order to endure long missions left him with a substance abuse problem and for a few years his life fell apart.

He worked his way through pain and horror and awakened into love in prison. He left prison with a mission to offer solace, hope and healing.

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