The Native American Attitude Toward The Land

The Native American people were a people of great love towards the
land. The way the great people of the past have shown their love is by the
way the oral tradition has past on the great ways of the traditional
worship of the land and the many gods play roles in their life. The Native
American people of the past have shown the way to portray the way to peace
in the way they live. The Native American selections reveal their attitude
toward the land by their strong oral tradition, strong worship of the land,
and belief of the great spirits of the animals.
Their strong oral tradition of the past events shows how they loved
the land because of the meaning found in the stories based on the ...

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As the oral tradition centers
on the land as a base, "Spring Song" shows the strong feeling of the earth
in the passing of the oral tradition in stories. "As my eyes/search/the
prairie/I feel the summer/in the spring"(37). This is an explanation of
how the Native American people used the oral tradition to provide a
meaningful explanation of events in their soul that have to do with the
power of word in their society. As the people of the past show the ways in
which they explain the eventful lives, their stories, myths, are kept alive
to show the future the way to their true selves. They also have shown a
strong worship of the land.
In this, they show a strong movement to the guidance of the land
for support as shown by "From the Houses of Magic" the story tells of a
great spirit coming to show the way of travel to the fullness of being a
true member of the wholeness of the world. As he is transformed in a state
of unknowing, he is shown the way others' feelings are ...

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