THE FOUR HILLS OF LIFE
The wisdom that native American Indians offer can lead us to a more compassionate life close to nature.
According to Ojibwa Native American wisdom, Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter give meaning to life.
This wisdom embodies seven teachings of the Chief Elders: Humility, honesty, bravery, wisdom, respect, truth and love. What ‘hill of life’ are you now experiencing?
Here are some of their powerful quotes to transform the human conscience.
Cheyenne – “Beware of the man who does not talk, and the dog that does not bark.”
Tribe Unknown – “Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I’ll understand.”
Apache – “It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand.”
Duwamish – “Day and night cannot dwell together.”
Maricopa – “Everyone who is successful must have dreamed of something.”
Comanche – “All who have died are equal.”
Iowa – “A brave man dies but once, a coward many times.”
…my thoughts…whatever ‘hill of life’ you find yourself on…keep going forward…be not afraid…the final act of life is heavenward…