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No river can return to its source, yet all rivers must have a beginning ~ Native American
The weakness of the enemy makes our strength. ~ Native American Proverb, Cherokee [18812]
"When a man moves away from nature his heart becomes hard. ~ Native American Proverb, Lakota Sioux [19341]
Native American proverb - When a hurricane comes a tree must bend or be torn out by its roots - just sayin, adapt or die init
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children” – Native American Proverb
Habit 5: Seek First To Understand, Before Being Understood. The habit of mutual understanding. Principle: To communicate effectively with me, you must first understand me. Ineffective Paradigm: I listen with the intent to reply! "listen, or your tongue will make you deaf" - Native American Proverb.
Every animal knows more than you do. — Native American Proverb
Do not be afraid of the dark side of yourself. It is still yourself. To push it too far down is to back it into a corner. The Native American proverb floating about speaks of the dark wolf and the light wolf. The one that wins is the one that you feed. But have you every met a starving wolf? Think on it.
"They are not dead who live in the hearts they leave behind." - Native American Proverb
There is a battle of two wolves inside us. One is evil. It is anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, lies, inferiority and ego. The other is good. It is joy, peace, love, hope humility, kindness, empathy and truth. The wolf that wins is the one you feed. [Native American Proverb; Cherokee]
THUMBS UP if you Like this Native American Proverb: "He who would do great things should not attempt them all alone." ~ Seneca
You already possess everything necessary to become great. Native American proverb.
"If a man is as wise as a serpent, he can afford to be as harmless as a dove." - Native American Proverb
"We are known by the tracks we make." (Native American proverb)
Native American Proverb: You cannot wake someone who is pretending to be asleep.
A people without history is like wind on the buffalo grass. ~ Native American Proverb, Sioux
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Watching the world react to 2014 I am finding it amazing and disconcerting that some parts of humanity has determined to change themselves and the world in other parts strive to repeat old patterns and cycles. We are interconnected to each other on this planet whether we acknowledge it or not, so the joy one feels when surmounting obstacles we also feel that elation. By the same when our brethren choose to repeat old cycles of pain, we also feel that pain. More so if we have just come from that cycle of pain and privation and have moved or started to move beyond it. With the violence in the streets in Sydney, the incandescent dislike of cyclists, Syria continuing a civil war, unrest reviving in Ireland, the scars of Iraq and Afghanistan, the conservatism in Russia and the rising hard conservatism in Western Democracies; it becomes clear that some cycles still retain a strong influence over the populace. Whilst tempting it is to join people in the shrinking circle of despair, it is important to know that t ...
Isn't there an ancient Native American proverb about biting the hand that feed you??!!
"We do not Inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, We Borrow it from our Children"... : Native American Proverb...
Life is not separate from death. It only looks that way. Native American Proverb (Blackfoot)
"When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a manner that when you die the world cries and you rejoice." - Native American proverb
native American proverb: "Beware of the man who does not talk, and the dog that does not bark" (Cheyenne)
"Listen to the wind, it talks. Listen to the silence, it speaks. Listen to your heart, it knows." ~ Native American Proverb
May your life be like a wildflower, growing freely in the beauty and joy of each day. -Native American proverb
The frog does not drink up the pond in which he lives. -Native American Proverb, Sioux
Good deeds should not be rewarded, but expected. ~Old Native American Proverb I love this one. When you do a good deed, do not look for the pat on the back or recognition. We should expect to do good deeds for each other. If someone does recognize it, thank them. If no one recognizes it, know that you are living how we all should be living and revel in that fact instead.
Know those things that lead to your well-being, and those things that lead to your destruction. ~~ Native American proverb~~
Those that lie down with dogs, get up with fleas. ~ Native American Proverb
Judge not by the eye but by the heart. Native American Proverb AHO!
A well-known Native American proverb says, “Tell me and I’ll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I’ll understand.”
"It is the sandstorm that shape the stone statues of the desert. It is the struggles of life that form a person's character" - Native American Proverb
Though I walk in the midst of trouble, thou wilt revive me: thou shalt stretch forth thine hand against the wrath of mine enemies, and thy right hand shall save me. (Psalms 138:7) This psalmist affirmed his faith in God, who preserved his life in troubled times. God had a purpose for his life and had delivered him from his enemies. His final prayer was that God would not forsake him since he was the “work” of the Almighty’s hands. God made him and valued him—and us. We are living in very troubled times and the Bible tells us that times will get even more troubling. The very reason that we are living in these troubled times is that we have turned ourselves away from God to serve other gods that are the lesser gods of the world (fame, fortune, possessions, power), anything that takes our attention from Jesus Christ, has become a god to us. We are like the Hebrew children of old, we are a wicked lot and unless we ask for and receive a “revival”, we shall suffer the consequences. You see, the ...
Give thanks for unknown blessings, already on their way "Native American Proverb"
Every fire is the same size when it begins. ~ Native American Proverb
The ultimate truth of survival is when the fowl understand they outnumber the snakes, then even the most poisonous of venom will avail the snakes very little, in the face of united determination. ~ Native American proverb, Origins Unknown
Here's a Native American Proverb which we believe holds truth: "Tell me a fact and I’ll learn. Tell me a truth and I’ll believe. But tell me a story and it will live in my heart forever." So, here's a small story which emphasizes on the fact why we at Revenue Times believe in a close-knitted community and the betterment of the community as a whole. Okay, let us imagine a dramatic scenario here; it was the coldest winter ever. Many animals died because of the cold. The hedgehogs, realizing the situation, decided to group together to keep warm. This way they covered and protected themselves; but the quills of each one wounded their closest companions. After a while, they decided to distance themselves one from the other and they began to die, alone and frozen. So they had to make a choice: either accept the quills of their companions or disappear from the Earth. Wisely, they decided to go back to being together. They learned to live with the little wounds caused by the close relationship with their comp ...
we can only be what we give ourselves the power to be... Native American Proverb
"When the Wisdom of the Grandmothers is finally Heard and Respected, the World will Heal." Native American Proverb. I love you Carolyn Scott.
It pays to show gratitude, for "it is better to return a borrowed pot with a little something you last cooked in it". (Native American proverb,appi new year in advance to u
Don't let yesterday use up too much of today.~ Native American Proverb, Cherokee [16217]
If you see no reason for giving thanks, the fault lies in yourself. Native American Proverb
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Man has responsibility, not power. ~ Native American Proverb, Tuscarora [17730]
It is better to have less thunder in the mouth and more lightning in the hand. ~ Native American Proverb, Apache [1743…
Inner peace and love are the greatest of God's gifts. ~ Native American Proverb
"Do not allow anger to poison you." ~ Native American Proverb . So remember .
If a man is to achieve more than human, he must have more than human abilities. ~ Native American Proverb, Tribe Unkno…
As you go the way of life you will see a great chasm, Jump, It is not as wide as you think, Native American Proverb
There are many good moccasin tracks along the trail of a straight arrow, ~ Native American Proverb, Sioux [18959]
Judge not by the eye but by the Heart ~ Native American Proverb
It is less of a problem to be poor, than to be dishonest. Native American Proverb
Take care and remember "We will be known forever by the tracks that we leave." -- Native American Proverb
All dreams spin out from the same web. ~ Native American Proverb, Hopi
Strive to be a person who is never absent from an important act. ~ Native American Proverb, Osage [18363]
Do not judge your neighbor until you walk two moons in his moccasins. ~ Native American Proverb, Cheyenne [16142]
With all things and in all things, we are relatives. ~ Native American Proverb, Sioux [19123]
“Those who tell the stories rule the world.” . — Native American Proverb
MT “If we wonder often, the gift of knowledge will come. ~ Native American Proverb, Arapaho [17306]
When we show our respect for other living things, they respond with respect for us. ~ Native American Proverb, Arapaho…
Knowledge that is not used is abused. ~ Native American Proverb, Cree [17585]
It does not require many words to speak the truth.~ Native American Proverb, Nez Perce Chief Joseph
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It is no longer good enough to cry peace, we must act peace and live in peace. ~ Native American Proverb, Shenandoah […
We are made from Mother Earth and we go back to Mother Earth. ~ Native American Proverb, Shenandoah [19209] …
Most of us do not look as handsome to others as we do to ourselves. ~ Native American Proverb, Assiniboine [17806]
Listening to a liar is like drinking warm water. ~ Native American Proverb, Tribe Unknown [17655]
“Happiness is a how, not a what: a talent, not an object.” ~ Hermann Hesse “Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart.” ~ Native American Proverb “A failure will not appear until a unit has passed final inspection.” ~ Arthur Bloch “You may never know what results come of your action, but if you do nothing, there will be no result.” ~ Mohandas Ghandi “Act like a fool, be treated as one.” ~ Unknown “Moderation in temper, is always a virtue; but moderation in principle, is a species of vice.” ~ Thomas Paine “Human beings are the only creatures who are able to behave irrationally in the name of reason.” ~ Ashley Montagu “When we recall the past, we usually find that it is the simplest things -- not the great occasions -- that in retrospect give off the greatest glow of happiness.” ~ Bob Hope “Nothing fails like success because we don't learn from it. We learn only from failure.” ~ Kenneth Ewart Boulding “The only reason some people get lo ...
Force, no matter how concealed, begets resistance. ~ Native American Proverb, Lakota Sioux [16582]
Make my enemy brave and strong, so that if defeated, I will not be ashamed. ~ Native American Proverb, Plains
A man or woman with many children has many homes. ~ Native American Proverb, Lakota Sioux [15550]
If you teach a man you teach a person, if you teach a woman you teach a whole family. Native American Proverb
A good soldier is a poor scout. ~ Native American Proverb, Cheyenne [15553]
If you chase two rabbits, you will lose them both. - Native American Proverb
Listen to the voice of nature, for it holds treasures for you. ~ Native American Proverb, Huron [17653]
Don't be afraid to cry. It will free your mind of sorrowful thoughts. ~ Native American Proverb, Hopi [16333]
Take only what you need and leave the land as you found it. ~ Native American Proverb, Arapaho [18378]
A brave man dies but once, a coward many times. ~ Native American Proverb, Tribe Unknown [15549]
The bird who has eaten cannot fly with the bird that is hungry. ~ Native American Proverb, Omaha Tribe [18805]
We can only give what we give ourselves power to be – Native American proverb.
Man's law changes with new understanding. The laws of the spirit never needs to change. ~ Native American Proverb, Crow [17735]
A starving man will eat with the wolf. Native American Proverb - Origin: Oklahoma
"When we show our Respect to other living things, They respond with Respect for us." .says Native American Proverb Arapaho.
Oil executives should be buried up to their necks in tar sands. - New Native American Proverb.
Walk lightly in the Mother is pregnant. ~ Native American Proverb RT
The eyes of men speak words the tongue cannot pronounce. (Native American proverb)
The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears - Native American proverb
"Everything the power does, it does in a circle. ~ Native American Proverb, Lakota Sioux [16496]
Regard Heaven as your father, Earth as your Mother and all things as your Brothers and Sisters. ~ Native American Proverb [18225]
The way of the troublemaker is thorny. ~ Native American Proverb, Umpqua [18809]
No one else can represent your conscience. ~ Native American Proverb, Anishinabe [17931]
Before eating, always take time to thank the food. ~ Native American Proverb, Arapaho [15834]
You must live your life from beginning to end: No one else can do it for you. ~ Native American Proverb, Hopi [15894]
Native American Proverb ~ "Remember that your children are not your own, but are lent to you by the Creator." - Mohawk
Native American Proverb..No sleep night ? why? "When you cant fall asleep at night it's because your awake in somebody elses dream"
The more you give, the more good things come to you. ~ Native American Proverb, Crow [18803]
"Who takes my bow is not my friend" Proverb of my Native American ancestors.
" Never judge another man until you have walked a mile in his moccasins. -Native American proverb"
You can't wake a person who is pretending to be asleep. ~ Native American Proverb, Navajo [16185]
The longest way you have to walk is from your mind to your heart - Native American Proverb
Ask questions from you heart and you will be answered from the heart. ~ Native American Proverb, Omaha [15763]
We are all one child spinning through Mother Sky. ~ Native American Proverb, Shawnee [19202]
All who have died are equal. ~ Native American Proverb, Comanche [15619]
,Respect the gift and the giver. Native American Proverb
Dear Thalia, We all have a story, but you alone do not shape your story. There is a Native American proverb that...
It is easy to be brave from a distance. ~ Native American Proverb, Omaha Tribe [17504]
Coyote is always out there waiting, and coyote is always hungry. ~ Native American Proverb, Navajo [16064]
Do not wrong or hate your neighbor for it is not he that you wrong but yourself. ~ Native American Proverb, Pima [16211]
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The rainbow is a sign from Him who is in all things. ~ Native American Proverb, Hopi [18807]
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“When all resources – food, wildlife, trees, fuel – are destroyed, man will not be able to eat money.” – Native American Proverb
"A woman’s highest calling is to lead a man to his soul, so as to unite him with the source; her lowest calling is to seduce, separating man from his soul and leave him aimlessly wandering. A man’s highest calling is to protect woman, so she is free to walk the earth unharmed. Man’s lowest calling is to ambush and force his way into the life of a woman." ~Native American Cherokee Proverb
Thursday - November 29th: The most important relationship you will ever have is the relationship you have with yourself. All your relationships (including your relationship to your finances) are nothing more than a mirror for how you relate to YOU! Today Venus (how I relate to me through you) and Mars (sexual energy) are in harmony at 9 Scorpio/Capricorn. Today expect to see another with new eyes, and if someone from the past has recently re-appeared (Mercury Direct in Scorpio) in your life, make no hasty decisions today. The Universe has a BIG plan that we are not completely aware of yet as the Sun, Venus, Saturn, Mercury and the North node are nudging each of us in a particular direction. The big questions is "what's real and what really counts?" Expect some fascinating and extraordinary insights, realizations, and observations--an independent way of seeing. Stick to your principles today and make it clear what IS and IS NOT acceptable today and all will be well. It's when we "settle" to gain love ...
White men have too many chiefs. ~ Native American Proverb, Nez Perce [19499]
Man has responsibility, not power. ~ Native American Proverb
Do not only point out the way, but lead the way. ~ Native American Proverb, Sioux [16209]
With one foot in the canoe, and one foot on shore, you are sure to fall into the river. ~ Native American Proverb, Tuscarora [19554]
A good chief gives, he does not take. ~ Native American Proverb, Mohawk [15547]
The rain falls on the just and the unjust. ~ Native American Proverb, Hopi [18804]
There is no death, only a change of worlds. ~ Native American Proverb, Duwamish [18930]
There can never be peace between nations until it is first known that true peace is within the souls of men. ~ Native American Proverb
An old Native American proverb tells about a tribe with 100 strong braves. When it was time to store up food for winter all 100 worked hard and stored up plenty of meat, nuts, and berries for winter. There was even some extra to share with tribes that only had 20 braves. However, some of the braves said, "Why should we work and see the fruit of our labor go to other braves?" So that Fall only 75 of the braves worked hard...but still, there was some left over. So the next year another 25 more said, "Why should we work if we do not have to?" And only 50 prepared for winter. The winter was easy and they survived...but with no excess. However, the next winter was long and hard. The food ran out early in the winter. Many of the People died. Many of the People said, "Why were we not prepared?" The wise chief said, "50 worked hard and were prepared. 50 did not work. Therefore, there were 100 that were not prepared for the long, cold, winter."
The moon is not shamed by the barking of dogs. ~ Native American Proverb, Navajo [18806]
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Speak truth in humility to all people only then can you be a true man. ~ Native American Proverb, Sioux [18343] ...
The one who tells the stories rules the world. ~ Native American Proverb, Hopi [18802]
"Treat the Earth well. It was not given to you by your parents. It was loaned to you by your children. " - Native American Proverb
What is past and cannot be prevented should not be grieved for. ~ Native American Proverb, Pawnee [19262]
"Listen,or thy tongue will keep thee deaf". - Native American Proverb
A rocky vineyard does not need a prayer, but a pick ax. ~ Native American Proverb, Navajo [15] ...
What will i do differently today to honor the earth? walk upon it gently with respect! meditate & pay my respects to her!xxxb
Natural resources should be taken with care. Do not hurt the Mother Earth in the process.
"If the lion is showing his teeth, do not assume he is smiling." a native american proverb
Listen or your tongue will keep you deaf. - Native American Proverb
If you want to go fast, go alone. But if you want to go far, go together - Native American Proverb
A man must make his own arrows. ~ Native American Proverb, Winnebago [15552]
Don't let yesterday use UP too much of today... Native American Proverb
Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught will we realize we cannot eat money. - Native American Proverb
Love yourself; get outside yourself and take action. Focus on the solution; be at peace. ~ Native American Proverb, Sioux [17707]
Where love reigns the impossible may be attained. - Native American proverb
Our first teacher is our own heart. ~ Native American Proverb, Cheyenne [18114]
"There is no fear where there is faith." - Native American Proverb
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Give thanks for unknown on their way-Native American Proverb
"Seek wisdom, not knowledge. Knowledge is of the past, Wisdom is of the future" - Native American proverb, Lumbee
There is nothing as eloquent as a rattlesnake's tail. ~ Native American Proverb, Navajo [18960]
In all of nature, no tree is ever so foolish as to fight amongst it's own branches. A Native American Proverb
“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” Native American Proverb
Everything u feel comes from the soul...
"Friendship between two persons depends upon the patience of one. " - Native American Proverb
"We didn't inherent the Earth from our Ancestors, but only Borrow it from our Grand children". Native American proverb
Listen or your tongue will keep you deaf. - native american proverb
Try to make your life grow in the beauty and joy of each day...
Above all else, guard your heart for it is the source of life’s consequences. ~ Native American Proverb ~
"Man's law changes with new understanding." ~Native American Proverb, Crow Indian
Be satisfied with the needs instead of the wants. ~ Native American Proverb, Teton Sioux [15792]
What the people believe is true. ~ Native American Proverb, Anishinabe
Old age is not as honorable as death, but most people want it. ~ Native American Proverb, Crow [17977]
There is a need for obedience all around us. ~ Native American Proverb, Sauk [18962]
We always return to our first loves. ~ Native American Proverb, Tribe Unknown [19205]
Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach him to fish and he eats for a lifetime. -- Native American Proverb
“Walk tall as the trees, live strong as the mountains, be gentle as the spring winds, keep the warmth of the summer sun in your heart, and the great spirit will always by with you.” – Native American Proverb
If the eyes had no tears, the soul would have no rainbows. -Native American Proverb-
Someone made a circle to keep me out, so I made a bigger one to include us all." ~ Native American Proverb
when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money." ~ Native American Proverb
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