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Don't be afraid to start over ~ It's a new chance to create what you want ~ and enjoy what you deserve ༺♡༻

Be kind to others

How to Make Black War Paint. American Indians used resources such as plants, herbs, berries and charcoal to make war paint, used during ceremonies, for symbolism and during war. Black war paint was made by finely grinding charcoal.

*Finding Deep Strength*   When we look back (on our lives) we see that we have survived many trials and often to our own amazement.

*Finding Deep Strength* When we look back (on our lives) we see that we have survived many trials and often to our own amazement.

Real tears flow from the heart

Real tears are not those that fall from the eyes and cover the face, but those that flow from the heart and cover the soul.

Honor the Sacred Honor the Earth our Mother Honor the Elders Honor all with whom we share the Earth Four-legged two legged winged ones swimmer crawlers plant and rock people Walk in balance and beauty...

Honor the sacred. Honor the Earth our mother. Honor the Elders. Honor all with whom we share the Earth: four-leggeds, two-leggeds, winged ones.swimmers, crawlers, plant and rock people. Walk in balance and beauty.

When the blood in your veins

When the Blood in your veins returns to the sea, and the Earth in your bones return to the Ground. perhaps then you will remember that this Land does not belong to you it isYou who belong to this land.

This really moved me as I connected to it while reading it. Such a beautiful sentiment to embrace today & every day. Breathe it in, sit with it, feel it & have a WONDERFUL Saturday! LOVE & LIGHT TO YOU ALL!

Following The Red Road

Native American wisdom There can only be peace between nations when there is the first peace, which is peace within the souls of men

 SO TRUE!

A MASTERS WORDS OF WISDOM

All things share the same breath - the beast, the tree, the man, the air shares its spirit with all the life it supports. Chief Seattle, really Chief Sealth

I was born upon a prairie where the wind blew free and there was nothing to break the light of the sun. I was born where there were no enclosures and where everything drew a free breath. I want to die there, and not within walls. —Ten Bears (1790- 1872), Yamparika Comanche

I was born upon a prairie where the wind blew free and there was nothing to break the light of the sun. I was born where there were no enclosures and where everything drew a free breath. I want to die there, and not within walls. —Ten Bears (1790- 1872), Yamparika Comanche