impressive archive of cultural material about the indigenous
peoples of the world, ranging from literature and music
to prayers and history. Viewers will find the complete texts
of key documents like the Iroquois constitution and the
original Hiawatha. The portrait of Columbus and his followers
provides a marked contrast to Columbus Day celebrations.
This site is a treasure-trove
of information for anyone interested in Native American
traditions, history, art, and literature. Links to original
full-text documents and image files are arranged by tribe
as well as by geographical region. Links to sites covering
indigenous peoples around the world are included. This is an ambitious
undertaking which seems to have succeeded grandly, and
would seem to be an essential resource for both students
and researchers. An exhaustive, well-structured treatment
of a topic of great contemporary interest.
a person who cultivates wisdom or true knowledge,
the results are inner peace, satisfaction, patience,
respect for others, freedom from duplicity, compassion,
joyfulness, remembrance of his spiritual identity,
freedom from the fear of death,
freedom from anxiety and depression,
and so on."
live your life that the fear of death can never enter your heart.
Trouble no one about their religion; respect others in their
view, and demand that they respect yours. Love your life, perfect
your life, make beautiful all things in your life.