Are we the tree, are we the leaf, or are we the flower?
Or are we the bud afraid of opening… afraid to bloom ? 158 more words
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Mitakuye oyasin is a phrase from the Lakota language. It reflects the world view of interconnectedness held by the Lakota people. The phrase translates as “all my relatives,” “we are all related,” or “all my relations.” It is a prayer of oneness and harmony with all forms of life: other people, animals, birds, insects, trees and plants, and even rocks, rivers, mountains and valleys. 10 more words