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َA Native American Wisdom : Then I was standing on the highest mountain of them all

BLACK ELK, OGLALA SIOUX, 1863-1950

Then I was standing on the highest
mountain of them all, and round
about beneath me was the whole
hoop of the world. And while I
stood there I saw more than I can
tell and understood more than I
saw; for I was seeing in a sacred
manner the shapes of all things in
the spirit, and the shape of all
shapes as they must live together
like one being . . . And I say the
sacred hoop of my people was one
of the many hoops that made one
circle, wide as daylight and as
starlight, and in the center grew
one mighty flowering tree to shelter
all the children of one mother and
one father. And I saw that it was
holy . . .
But anywhere is the center of
the world.
-BLACK ELK,
OGLALA SIOUX, 1863-1950

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