Last updated on August 24, 2021 by Roger Kaufman
Native American proverbs and wisdom
No man can own his mother
A mother gives birth to her child
she feeds it, holds it in her arms.
she gives him a place on her blanket,
a place on her chest.
A woman can do many things Kinder give birth
She gives everyone a part of herself
she gives to everyone equally, the first and the last,
the strongest as well as the weakest.
The unborn have the same right
like the living.
Man is only administrator, not owner.
He must have his piece of the earth Children give.
dying leave their robes behind
and take nothing with them.
This is the inheritance of the people:
to come, to receive and to give.
No man can own his mother.
No one can own the earth.
Native American Wisdom - Respect for Nature
Indigenous Americans first occupied the vast territories that we now call America and played a crucial role in shaping the country as it is today.
Their mentors and also beliefs usually show their fundamental way of life, respect for the nature that nourishes them and their incomparable Courage.
The vehemence in their spirits has since been laid as the foundation that has enabled their lineage and culture to withstand the test of time to pass.
Nonetheless, modernity around the world intimidates to overshadow its standards - the heart of its origins, its identity.
Native American Wisdom Quotes
Our first teacher is our own heart. - Cheyenne
"May the celebrities carry away your despair, may they flowers your heart loaded with elegance may really hope to wipe away your tears permanently. And most importantly, silence might make you solid.” – DanGeorge
We must protect the forests for our children grandchildren and protect children yet to be born. We should protect the forests for those who cannot self-promote, like birds, animals, fish and trees. – Qwatsinas
It's far better to have far less thunder in your mouth and even more lightning in your hands. – Native American wisdom
Everyone who successfully is, must have dreamed of something. - Maricopa
Before eating, always take some time to say thank you while eating. – Arapaho
“If you know who you are; when your goal is clear and you too are burning with the inner fire of unbreakable will; No cold can be yours Heart touch. No deluge can wet your target. You understand that you live are you." - Chief Seattle
“I hope the great heavenly Papa who will tower over us will give all people his true blessings so that we can go out peacefully and also live peacefully all our days and that he will surely ours children and also towered over, raise us far above at last this planet.” – Red cloud
Day and night cannot stay together. - Duwamish
"All things share the same breath - the monster, the tree, the man, the air share their spirit with all of it live, which she receives.” – Chief Seattle, Suquamish
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; We get it from ours children.” - Chief Seattle
"The elegance of trees, the softness of the air, the scent of the grass they speak to me. The top of the hill, the thunder of the sky, the rhythm of the Marine talk to me The faintness of the stars, the early morning freshness, the dewdrops on the flower speak to me. The strength of the fire, the taste of the salmon, the way of Sunshine as well as the life that never goes away, they speak to me. And my heart soars.” – Boss Dan George
You currently own everything Necessaryto become great. – Crow
The very first peace, which is one of the most important, is what comes into people's hearts when they understand their connection, their oneness with the Space and all of its powers, and when you see that in the organization of the universe, the fantastic spirit resides, which that center is actually everywhere, it's in each of us. – Black moose
You doubt if you really hear your inner voice
- You want more security in your perception
- You want to strengthen the connection to yourself
- You want to train your fine intuition
If a man from the Nature moves away, his heart hardens. – Lakota
If you talk to the pets, they will talk to you and you will surely know each other. If you don't talk to them, you certainly won't know them, and even what you don't know you'll surely fear. If you Provide makes, one destroys. – Boss Dan George
All who have actually died are equal. – Comanche Indian Wisdom
When the white in peace wants to live with the Indian, he can remain in peace. Treat all men equally. Provide exactly the same legislation. Offer everyone an even Luck to live and to expand. All men were created by the very same God. They are all siblings. The planet is the mother of all individuals and all individuals should have equal rights. Let me be a free man, travel for free, stop for free, function for free, trade for free where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to my own religious beliefs fathers follow , believe and speak freely, and represent myself, and I will certainly obey any regulation or submit to the fine. – Boss Joseph
Be careful with the man who doesn't speak, and with him too Dogwho doesn't bark. - Cheyenne
If the Great Spirit had wanted me to be white, he would have made me so for sure. He has special in your heart Wishes and plans, and he has placed other and different desires in my heart as well. Eagles don't have to be crows. – Sitting bull
We will forever be understood by the footprints we leave. - Dakota
The weakness of the enemy makes our strength. – Indian wisdom
Hold on to what's good, even if it's a handful of dirt. Hold on to what you're thinking, even if it's a tree that stands on its own. And stick to what you have to do, even if it's a long way from here. hold on to yours live firmly, even if it is much easier to let go. Hold on to mine Hand tight, even if one day I'll be away from you. – Ranunculus, Blackfoot
If a man is as wise as a snake, he can manage to be as harmless as a dove. - Indian wisdom
THE SOURCE OF POWER - Native American Wisdom
Of harmony and harmony with nature. Native American thinking and Native American Way of life fundamentally different from our thinking and our attitude towards life.
While for us the Man the lord of creation is entitled to subjugate nature and make it subservient, the Indian feels part of this earth.
For him the whole of creation lives, be it earth, plants, animals, stones or human beings.
Therefore the relationship of the Indian to the rest of creation is determined by a respect that we do not possess.
Had we been willing to acknowledge and learn from what was alien, perhaps we would see our own live different now.
Erst today, as our ruthlessness toward other creatures begins to turn against us, and as nature, violated and exploited, threatens to destroy us ourselves, we can understand the despair of the Native American peoples who saw all that was sacred to them equally disregarded like herself.
Poems, speeches and speeches read from: “DIE WISDOM THE INDIAN" by Cassandra.Cassandra 13