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G’minwaadenmaag g’wiijibimaadiziig.
Respect your fellow living beings.

Ke ganawaamdizan goya jibwa dibaakanad ezhi-bimosed.
You have to look at yourself before you judge
another’s way of walking.

The animals had rights - the right
of man’s protection, the right to
live, the right to multiply, the right
to freedom, and the right to man’s
indebtedness - and in recognition
of these rights the people never
enslaved an animal, and spared all
life that was not needed for food
and clothing.This concept of life
and its relations with humanizing,
and gave to the people an abiding
love. It filled his being with joy and
mystery of living; it gave him
reverence for all life; it made a
place for all things in the scheme
of existence with equal importance
to all.

Chief Luther Standing Bear

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Listen to the voice of nature, for it holds

treasures for you.

~ Huron Proverb

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I do not discuss my personal life with anyone
or my relationships with other people...that
is private. I have too much respect for my
loving, strong, and brave man in Alaska to
divulge such information.

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Member Since
First Name
Animikeeg aka Jan
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❤Taken by a Native Alaskan ☼ ☾ ☆
About Me

The Ojibwe beliefs centered around the
belief in Gitchie Manitou, the “Supreme
Being,” “Master,” and “Mystery” of all
that exists. In the eyes of the Ojibwe,
everything was spiritual and played a role
in a great spiritual interaction. The Ojibwe
saw themselves as another element of nature;
no greater and no less than everything else
on the earth. Thus, the Ojibwe held animals
and all of nature in very high regard. A set
of rights was even set in place for birds and

• Right to man’s love and respect
• Right to man’s guardianship
• Right to live a full life
• Right to grow and multiply
• Right to unmolested freedom
• Right to share man’s fellowship
• Right to share the goodness of creation

The Ojibwe sought to live in harmony with all
nature and respect all dwellers of the earth.
They saw their existence as intertwined with
that of the rest of the earth, so they accepted
their food and provisions from the earth with
great thanks. A prayer of thanks was offered
up to Gitchie Manitou for every animal or plant
they took for food or other basic needs.

The belief in the spirituality of all things
caused the Ojibwe people the treat everything
with very high regard and even place spiritual
importance on different animals.

♥♥­­­­­­­­­­RIP dear Isabeau❤Sophie♥♥

♥♥RIP dear Randy♥♥

What is life? It is the flash
of a firefly in the night. It is
the breath of a buffalo in the
wintertime. It is the little
shadow which runs across
the grass and loses itself in
the sunset.

Crowfoot - Blackfoot Chief


Follow your own heart and don’t
let what others say or think get in
the way of your path and happiness.

Never let anyone tell you who you
are nor define you..they do not have
that right or knowledge about you.
You are the one who knows your
HEART. ♥ By Animikeeg

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I have carried a heavy load on my back
ever since I was a boy. I realized then
that we could not hold our own with the
white men. We were like deer. They were
like grizzly bears. We had small country.
Their country was large. We were contented
to let things remain as the Great Spirit
Chief made them. They were not, and would
change the rivers and mountains if they
did not suit them.

~ Chief Joseph – Nez Perce

Only to the white man was nature a
wilderness and only to him was the
land ’infested’ with ’wild’ animals
and ’savage’ people. To us it was
tame, Earth was bountiful and we
were surrounded with the blessings
of the Great Mystery.

~ Black Elk, Oglala Lakota Sioux (1863-1950)

I have heard you intend to settle us on
a reservation near the mountains. I don't
want to settle. I love to roam over the
prairies. There I feel free and happy, but
when we settle down we grow pale and die.

~ Santana, Kiowa Chief

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