Returning to the teachings is about aboriginal justice and much more speaking not only to our minds but also to our hearts and spirits above all it stands as a search for the values and visions that give life its significance and that any justice system aboriginal or otherwise must serve and respect. Returning to the teachings takes this exploration further still during a three year secondment with justice canada ross travelled from the yukon to cape breton island examining and experiencing the widespread aborig in his bestselling book dancing with a ghost rupert ross began his exploration of aboriginal approaches to justice and . In his new book rupert ross who spent 14 years working as a member of the canadian mainstream legal system in northwestern ontario describes the ongoing struggle in native communities to develop a system of justice that is consistent with traditional aboriginal teachings. He found that teaching and healing are cornerstones of aboriginal thought and justice that is central to aboriginal thought and justice is the view that wrongdoing is misbehavior requiring teaching or illness requiring healing. Returning to the teachings exploring aboriginal justice relating to music festivals is the incidence of patients presenting with substance and or alcohol intoxication
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