Breathe Creativity-Our Belief System Is Our Reality-"Searching for Answers"
This is the quote given at the end of the movie “Act of Valor”. In 1980, I entitled it “Native American Way of Life”. I designed the unique hand lettering to reflect the Nat…
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Sitting Bull Warrior quote. Poster
Sitting Bull Warrior quote illustration with image on black background. The warrior is not someone who fights, for no one has the right to take another life. The warrior, for us, is the one who sacrifices himself for the good of others. His task is to take care of the elderly, the defenseless, those who cannot provide for themselves, and above all, the children, the future of humanity." ~ Sitting Bull, chief of the Lakota nation
Native Americans And Christianity
(From Encyclopedia.com, American Eras 1997 Gale Research Inc.) Native Americans and Christianity Sources Religious Diversity. There were more than three hundred Native American tribes in the United…
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My Mama was a wonderful Woman. And she tried to teach me to do for others and be kind and etc.... But, I over done it !!! U can be to kind especially in this World Today!!!Take my word for it, PLEASE?!!!❤BE KIND BUT, BE SMART & BE CAREFUL !!!❤ LOVE & PEACE from;DENISE Fountain!!! cf.
What Is An Indian Marker Tree, And How Were They Used? (video)
What is an Indian Marker Tree?The following article was written by Steve Houser and published in the Neil Sperry e-Gardens news www.neilsperry.comHistorically, living in complete harmony with nature has been a way of life for the American Indian. They relied on Nature for all their needs. Many years ago, traveling from place to place required good navigational skills, directions along the way, and a method to mark common trails. American Indians used trees to not only mark a trail, but also…