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Five North American Tribal Proverbs

       One of the intentions of this blog is to share ancient wisdom. I have created a page called Proverbs which stores and updates all the tribal proverbs that arise on this blog. Find them here now.

CHEYENNE PROVERB

“Our first teacher is our own heart.”

INUIT PROVERB 

“Life’s greatest danger lies in the fact that man’s food consists entirely of souls.”

HOPI PROVERB

 “You must live your life from beginning to end; no one else can do it for you.”

IOWA PROVERB 

“The man who freely gives his opinion should be ready to fight fiercely.”

PUEBLO PROVERB 

“Cherish youth but trust old age.”

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Five North American Tribal Proverbs

ARAPAHO PROVERB 

“If we wonder often, the gift of knowledge will come.”

ZUNI PROVERB 

“After dark all cats are leopards.”

ASSINIBOINE PROVERB 

“Most of us do not look as handsome to others as we do to ourselves.”

PUEBLO PROVERB 

“Never go to sleep when your meat is on the fire.”

MOHAWK PROVERB 

“Remember that your children are not your own but are lent to you by the Creator.”

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