The indian does not consider herself idle
when she stands still watching, listening,
seeing the stars, or watching the sunset.
Her spirit-eyes absorb these signs and wonders
to feed her when she cannot see the rolling hills,
the flowing stream.
- Joyce Sequiche Hifler -
In the Life of the Native American,
every new day, every encounter with bird or beast,
and everything he owned or wore,
related to his religious belief
that all creatures were the creation
of the same great power,
and therefore were brothers.
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