10 Great Anime That Are Not Miyazaki - Mania.com

 When people are given recommendations for anime movies to find out if they’ve seen little or no anime, it’s very common to reference films from Hayao Miyazaki. This is even more common during years when his movies are in the theaters or hitting video for the first time, such as Ponyo in 2009. Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli movies are good films to get introduced to, but there’s also the desire by many to expose new people to more than just these diverse general audience films for people of all ages. Just as varied as Hollywood, the world of anime has a lot to offer with theatrical releases, such as these in no particular order


"The Navajo do not have separate words to refer to religion and science. Instead, they have a single concept they call ‘the sacred depths of nature’ which encompasses their beliefs about the natural world."

Dr. Fred Begay, Navajo Physicist (via diaphanee)

"Every step you take should be a prayer.
And if every step you take is a prayer,
then you will always be walking in a sacred manner."

"Well, the idea I was raised with was that, as aboriginal people, everything that we do is political. When we wake up in the morning—that’s political. The fact that we’re here driving and surviving is political because everything has been done in the past 500 years to stop that from happening. So the politics part of it is automatic. It’s not even a choice. It’s a responsibility that we have to carry as aboriginal artists because it’s just part of our life. It goes back to that holistic way of seeing life. We don’t divide the political and the spiritual. The day to day. Those are all a part of the same thing."

'Bear' from A Tribe Called Red in their interview with Noisey explaining whether their music is political or not. (via pwakamo-pahkwesikan)