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North American Tribal Proverbs

HOPI PROVERB

“All dreams spin out from the same web.”

KIOWA PROVERB

“There is no fear where there is faith.”

LAKOTA PROVERB

“When man moves away from nature his heart becomes hard.”

OGLALA SIOUX PROVERB

“We should be like water, which is lower than all things yet stronger even than the rocks.”

OKLAHOMA PROVERB

“When a man prays one day and steals six, the Great Spirit thunders and the Evil One laughs.”

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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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