I was born in the nature, in the middle of the camels, the cows, the goats, the horses, and also a wide variety of plants. I had access to the two worlds: the Tuareg tent and the colonial house. I also had access to the traditional teachings of my family members: of my grand-parents, uncles, aunts, cousins, and also to the teachings from the national Malian school. I was feed with traditional dishes. I was healed under the tent of my grandmother with plants, substances and parts of animals, with healing practices along with spiritual incantation. My family members were maintaining a fusional relationship with nature. I remember my mother who made a song for this flamboyant, of my sister who has a special name for her goat bahawa, or of my father who recognizes all of the hundred heads of animals to each of whom he gave a specific name. I also remember all the traditional and non-traditional healing technics that my father, veterinary, practiced on animals that he treated in his park. This experience played a huge role in my choices for care, medicines, and nature.