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North American Tribal Proverbs

ARAPAHO PROVERB 

“Before eating, always take a little time to thank the food.”

BLACKFOOT PROVERB 

“There are many paths to a meaningful sense of the natural world.”

CHEROKEE PROVERB 

“When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life so that when you die, the world cries and you rejoice.”

LAKOTA PROVERB 

“Creation is ongoing.”

PAWNEE PROVERB 

“What is past and cannot be prevented should not be grieved for.”

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North American Tribal Proverbs

APACHE PROVERB 

“It makes no difference as to the name of Spirit, since love is the real Spirit of all the world.”

BLACKFOOT PROVERB 

“Those that lie down with dogs get up with fleas.”

 CHEYENNE PROVERB 

“When you lose the rhythm of the drumbeat of Spirit, you are lost from the peace and rhythm of life.”

LAKOTA PROVERB

“There is a hole at the end of the thief’s path.”

OGLALA SIOUX PROVERB 

“Sometimes dreams are wiser than waking.”

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North American Tribal Proverbs

ANISHINABE PROVERB 

“No one else can represent your conscience.”

BLACKFOOT PROVERB 

“Life is not separate from death. It only looks that way.”

CREE PROVERB 

“Never sit while your seniors stand.”

 FOX PROVERB 

“When you have learned about love, you have learned about Great Spirit.”

 HOPI PROVERB

“The rain falls on the just and the unjust.”

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