“You are no longer blind when you can see through your fear.”
My mother would often say, “If it wasn’t for the women, a lot of our traditions and ceremonies would be forgotten.” Blind Archers is a story about survival. It’s about hope, courage, determination, and appreciation. It’s about overcoming challenges and regaining strength. It is from this place of self-worth and empowerment that we can see the world as a place where we can freely express who we are and surround ourselves with people with whom we share a mutual honor and respect. It is inspired by women, but it is a story of how each of us can overcome fear in seeking the truth. May the spirit of Tahu be with you.
Written by Virgil Ortiz