In all of the stories that have been told, Native American creation stories are probably the most diverse…from why the bobcat has a short tail to why the stars are where they are.
Fortunately, there is a common thread in every story. The character of the story always acknowledges each encountered individual as a relative.
The Ancient Ones always knew and accepted this teaching: “We are all related” (Gakina-awiiya).
And now science has made it a fact.
With the technology of atomic microscopes science has proven that every plant, animal and insect is related to human beings.
It seems that the Native American creation stories have always been right in the explanation that there is life in everything. And now science has proven that when you look at practically anything under great magnification it reveals a common denominator – the ribbon of life…DNA. And that this ribbon once examined next to other types of DNA is so close to that of humans that the only difference is only a few markers.
So this brings you to another crossroad…If you are related to all that exists and you continue to destroy everything that exists without thought of consequence, doesn’t that effect the whole chain of life?
And the answer is yes, absolutely.
So why do people continue to pollute the water, the air and the Earth?
It’s because society doesn’t look at it with a realistic mind.
Society still believes that if you don’t see something that it can’t hurt you. Or society thinks its not my problem, let someone else deal with it.
The truth is, it’s everyone’s problem!
If society doesn’t begin to teach better habits to the generations to come, then the Earth and all of its resources – including all living beings – are destined to a short existence.
So how can Native American creation stories stop environmental destruction? By helping you remember that you are not alone! You are a part of all that exists…you are connected and you effect everyone and everything within this Universe!
Become a role model… someone who, through example, starts to teach how it’s possible to make great changes with the greatest resources available. And the first resource is you.
That’s right! You have the power to create change and all it takes is a few simple, new habits…
1. Learn how to organically recycle
2. Start a car pool
3. Contact your local representatives (you’ll be surprised at all the other people who have the same concerns as you!)
If every person on this planet truly knew of the power that exists within their thoughts, words and actions – the world would change instantaneously…MIRACLES are possible!
And that’s the way life is…
After all, aren’t you One?
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