Don't you think you are a little presumptuous to think not only that all
"Native American Peoples" have the same attitudes, but also that you know
what these attitudes are?
If you think a little longer about this, I'll bet you'll conclude that
the To'Ono Oodham
(what you may know as Papago--the Spanish name) and Hopi have attitudes
far different from the Sioux and Navaho. And none of them have reverence
for everything. Such an attitude is a construction of sentimental,
Romantic Northern Europeans such as Andy Richker.
On Wed, 18 Dec 1996 15:18:07 -0600 email@example.com (Andy Richker) writes:
> I agree with the attitudes of the Native American Peoples and
>similar based societies. They had reverence for almost everything and
>unlikely took anything for granted.
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