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My fellow agent Ternura Rojas has added her light and intelligent voice, in English and in Spanish, to many of the posts, discussions, and message boxes in Evoke. Finishing all her rune assignments, sharing many discussions, photos and videos, working, and research, Ternura also found time to keep agents informed of developments on Evoke in her runner line, and frequent messages and comments.

Ternura's positive attitude, energy and productivity was and is very inspiring and strongly contributes to her "epic win" on evoke.

A woman of many talents, Ternura speaks of keeping her garden, and bees, in a small plot near her home. One of my favorite indications of just how large Ternura's heart is comes from her story of how to treat ants which may be wandering places you don't want them to go. Ternura said she learned the indigenous-value lesson from her mother, of welcoming the ants, and offering them sugar or other sustenance out, elsewhere, where they might more properly belong. And added that, when the ants finished their explorations, and realized the better location, they always followed her "advice."

Ternura's work in Evoke reflects those early value lessons and practices. One of my favorite comments to Ternura comes (out of context, but still appropriate) from Turil Cronburg "Whatever you did seems to have worked!"

Ever vigilant and energetic, Ternura is still posting blogs on the 19th of May, the last day to post in Evoke Season 1. Check http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/urgent-evokations-your to make sure your EVOKATION has been posted, and give a great comment to my hero, Ternura Rohas!

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Comment by Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys on May 20, 2010 at 1:50am
My heroes are Ternura Rojas and Michele Baron!!!
Comment by Ternura Rojas on May 20, 2010 at 9:35am
We are all heroes patricio, we are the best team ever!
Thanks for this post Michele, I feel honored. AND the trick with the ants is no joke, it works! ha, ha, ha.
Comment by Michele Baron on May 20, 2010 at 2:15pm
Thank you Patricio and Ternura, for your heroism and positive participation on Evoke and outside as well. @ Ternura, accolades again for your indigenous-knowledge story about relating with our fellow Earthling creatures -- here, ants -- Gaia would approve, I think. It does work, and thanks for allowing me to share the story. Good evoking!!


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