Upgrade Your Mind With These Native American Quotes Of Wisdom

by Ane Krstevska

Upgrade Your Mind With These Native American Quotes Of Wisdom

Native Americans on the land of the U.S. are regarded as a nation whose pre-Columbian ancestors were indigenous to the grounds of modern boundaries.

Thousands of years before Christopher Columbus discovered the Bahamas, and other people have already seen America. Those people were the perambulatory predecessors of the newest Native Americans, who were the ones that hiked through a ‘land bridge.’ That hiking was before 12, 000 years ago, and it was from Asia to Alaska.

Furthermore, in this article, we are providing you with the wisdom that these people had.

  1. We shouldn’t judge a person until we walk at least two moons in his shoes.
  2. Many years won’t bring us the honor as the death will, but almost every person wants it.
  3. Cry, you shouldn’t be afraid of it. With the tears, you will clean all your sorrowful thoughts.
  4. The day and night cannot live together.
  5. People should have more lightning in their hands and less thunder in their mouths.
  6. People are not death, who are present in the hearts people leave behind.
  7. The plants are our siblings. If you can hear them carefully, you will know what are they saying.
  8. ‘Tell me, and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I’ll understand.’ – Unknown Tribe.
  9. Thank the food before you eat it.
  10. If you listen to yourself from within and follow your instincts and intuitions, you will be lead to safety.
  11. If you are smart and wise when you are a serpent, you can afford to be harmless when you are a dove.
  12. Death is not real; we are just changing worlds.
  13. You own everything that you need to become great.
  14. If you respect other living things in the world, they will result in respecting you.
  15. Be careful from the person who doesn’t speak and from the dog, which doesn’t bark.
  16. People with one foot on the canoe and the other on the boar, they will drown  in the river, for sure.
  17. If you are wondering, knowledge will come.
  18. We are not that handsome to others, as we seem to ourselves.
  19. People who lie with dogs, raise with fleas.
  20. When you are older, you will talk. When you are a child, you will cry.
  21. First, love is the thing that we all return to.
  22. ‘What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.’
  23. When we welcome to this world, we cry, and the people around us are happy. We need to make sure that we live our life right, so when we die, the people around us will cry, and we will be happy.
  24. Our strength is the weakness of our enemy.
  25. When this county was discovered, it was run by the Indians. There were no taxes, no debt, and women did all the work. One whine man said that he could improve the country by involving a system like this.
  26. One excellent solider is a poor scout.
  27. You shouldn’t judge the people who have lost their life path.
  28. We all need to provide the guests with the utmost respect.
  29. Respect and value others’ thoughts, wishes, and respect.

Horus was the god of the sky. The legendary Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health. Plus it looks cool and radiates a deeper meaning. Lockets have been traditional gifts given to loved ones. Dipped in silver and enhanced with black tones to feature an antique look, this locket opens to reveal a space you can use to store a photograph or any other small item that has a deep and special meaning for you.

Ane Krstevska



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