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Hope everyone has a Happy Easter and a
blessed Spring!


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

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

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♥♥­­­­­­­­­­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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------♥♥------ Put This
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---♥♥---♥♥--- On Your
---♥♥---♥♥--- Page If
---♥♥---♥♥--- You’re
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-----♥♥♥------ Animal
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---♥♥---♥♥--- Thank You

From Migizi:

"Perhaps it was the eyes of the wolf, measured, calm,
knowing. Perhaps it was the intense sense of family.
After all, wolves mate for life, are loyal partners,
create hunting communities and demonstrate affectionate
patience in pup rearing. Perhaps it was the rigid hierarchy
of the packs. Each wolf had a place in the whole and yet
retained his individual personality. Perhaps it was their
great, romping, ridiculous sense of fun. Perhaps it was some
celestial link with the winter night skies that prompted
the wolf to lay his song on the icy air. For the native people
who lived with the wolves, and the wolves once ranged from the
Arctic to the sub-tropics, there was much to learn from them.
Is it any wonder that the myths of many tribes characterize
the wolves not as killers but as teachers?"

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

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

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

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