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  • Manu Taatayi

    It was our belief that the love of possessions is a weakness to overcome. Therefore, the child must learn, early, the beauty of generosity. He is taught to give away what he prizes most, and that he may taste the happiness of giving. As a child, I understood how to give. I lived the natural life, whereas I now live the artificial life. Any pretty pebble was valuable to me, then; every growing tree was an object of reverence. _Charles Alexander Eastman, Ohiyesa #native #american

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