Native American wisdom and quotes120263x 11. 04. 2019 1 Reader
Native Americans were associated with nature and spirituality. They had their traditions and rituals. They had completely different values than most people today. Let's recall some of their thoughts that are worth reading repeatedly.
1) Good man sees good signs.
2 You need a quiet day to hear yourself.
3) If you find yourself riding on a dead horse, go down.
4) Whoever is silent knows twice as much as the one who talks.
5 There are many ways in which a skunk smells.
6) We just have to die.
7 Look at the traces of your own moccasins before you judge other people's mistakes.
8 An evil wolf with good is struggling in every man. The one you feed wins.
9 Get up to see you when you have something to say.
10 Not always an enemy is an enemy and a friend a friend.
11) Whoever has one foot in the canoe and the other in the boat will fall into the river.
12 A child is a guest in your house: feed him, teach him and release him.
13 Even a fish can float with the current.
14) Life goes from the inside out. Stick to the thought and you will be a real man.
15) Well said word is more effective than skillfully thrown tomahawk.
16 One should do his own arrows.
17) A horse tied to a pole is hard to gain speed.
18) The frog does not drink the pond in which it lives.
19 Tell me and forget, show me and I can't remember, let me attend and understand.
20 \ tLive your life so that the fear of death never steals into your heart.
21 If you bring a burning branch to the wigwam, don't complain about the smoke.
22 Your mind must be like a teepee. Leave the panel at the entrance open for fresh air to blow in the smoke of confusion.
23 Everyone who thrives or has success has had to dream about something.
Some thoughts are worth writing, for example, in a diary or having a bed. When one starts to lose in the confusion and stress of everyday life, they can help to calm down and return to the right path.
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