I was reading a post from Heater Palacios at LeadHership.net about some Jersey she was watching at Peru, and finally she got a Mexican one… this lead me to remember of some of my roots… Mexico is a country full of color, and part of that color comes from the artisan hands of people who have received that heritage from generation to generation. One of the most colorful Mexican crafts is THE JORONGO. The Jorongo is a very large, coat-like weaving with a single slit in it for the head. All artisans are proud of their own work and that is something to think about it. We have some times to look into our own traditions to seek our own values and our family values, no matter where we live or where we born we always have some strong roots to seek and leverage for our future generations….