Today I thought I would do my own prayer that I usually say everyday.
Kleco Kleco Naas for another day of life.
Thank you for the home we live in.
Thank you for the food we got to eat today.
Thank you for the family we are blessed with.
Thank you for the ability to walk, the ability to see, hear and touch (feel) and to think
I pray for the sick, specifically my son-in-law kwaas-kwastin, Daniel C, Pamela W. My husband duk-miiq, my daughter Eva
I pray for the poor and the homeless.