Remembering the good times . . .

Angelina Serotetto was born in 1942 as part of a family of shaman women.  Her mother taught her to read the future using objects from nature that were considered sacred.

Ms Serotetto lives now in Yar-Sale, a remote village in Northern Siberia, once home to a nomadic community of reindeer herders.  Along with a number of other elderly women there, she spends her days in seclusion and isolation.

But reflecting on her past life, she says:

“Yes! I miss those days in the past but I try to remain optimistic. I view everything with a loving eye. I think you learn it as you get older.”

Not a bad perspective.

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