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Indigenous proper noun.
In 1921, the majority of women who gave birth under conditions that were indigenous, eclectic, spirit based, and not according to the standards of modern medicine, were the rural black women of the South. Is that still the case now?
"Frustrated with a lack of consultation on treaty problems and seemingly unilateral federal government decisions on natural resources and the environment, indigenous peoples are suddenly saying they will no longer sit idly by while these things are being pushed through." EF
Welcome to Kirstenbosch Garden Centre, we look forward to having you post pictures of the indigenous plants you stock, and letting us know when we can buy them.
Pledge to act with urgency and send letters, emails or fax messages to Philippine government agencies about the killings of indigenous peoples.
Please help our Canadian indigenous brothers and sisters....sign the petition.
Idle No More! Finding the link between environmental justice and food justice in indigenous communities.
Seeking new creative mind who can contribute to this page as well as our work. Any creative mind can share their view points on making indigenous designs a global one.
A great film, being offered free until January 15. A good viewing for those who are interested in the shift of our time, the Mayan and other indigenous prophecies, and other related topics.
Found in panama. The indigenous people of Central America were clearly what we know today as black.
By every measure, be it respect for treaty and land rights, levels of poverty, average life spans, violence against women and girls, dramatically disproportionate levels of arrest and incarceration or access to government services such as housing, health care, education, water and child protection, indigenous peoples across Canada continue to face a grave human rights crisis." Amnesty International
"Creativity comes from a conflict of ideas" So, most of my designs are not just a copied work of what already exists in the market, but it is as original and indigenous as my thoughts and stretches till the horizon of my creativity - Yuvika
Quote Examples using Indigenous
Welcome Change If we don’t take responsibility for our actions, we cannot move forward. The first guideline to achieve this is to realize the environment is a mirror of what is going on inside us. When we change our perception, our environment changes. The secret is to welcome change, and change occurs through life’s challenges. It is amazing how fervently people avoid challenges. Yet it is the place where growth can occur. If we allow ourselves to continue habitual patterns, we become stagnant. Many of the indigenous people hunted only the deer that repeated the same behaviors day-after-day. The hunters knew these deer were stuck in a rut and therefore had less life force energy. They were easier to hunt and had less energy to pass on to the next generation. Doing the same activities every day constricts energy, so be wary of habits and strive to break them. It is crucial to understand that the greatest perspective may be gained by the challenge that shows us who we are not, so we can more fully understand who we are. The challenges we embrace don’t have to be painful. As we become more adept at seeing behind appearances, we can learn the lessons effortlessly. There are three ways to learn. The first way is to heed the gentle prodding of Spirit. This may appear as an intuitive instruction, an inner voice, or visual signs while we are awake or during the dreamstate. The second way is to wait for the hard knocks, when it seems as though Spirit is hitting us over the head with a 2X4. That is Spirit’s way of asking, “Do you want to wake up from this nightmare?” The third way is by grace. Grace allows an instantaneous waking up. When grace occurs, those things that are dysfunctional in our lives stand out like sore thumbs, begging to be brought into harmony. Living in grace allows us to hear the whispers of Spirit and make decisions based on the highest reflection of who we are. If we learn to embrace the challenges that bring change to our doorstep, our spiritual journey will be greatly accelerated. Remember, a challenge is merely a piece of the mystery of being that we have, as yet, not solved. The bravest prayer I know is to ask God to show you your greatest fear. If you do, it will happen. If we embrace each step as it unfolds, we experience tremendous growth. For within our challenges lie our deepest insights, and insight brings power. Therefore, our challenges are power sources.Anonymous
Proper Noun Examples for Indigenous
Praying for reconciliation and justice with Indigenous and non-Indigenous people across Canada on this day of solidarity and unity #IdleNoMore
"in these trying times, organizers, Indigenous people, workers, youth and ordinary citizens have come together for the common good."
Read this. Understand that what you know as "Canada" is on the way out. Harper is willing to ignore constitutional rights of Indigenous people, you can only imagine what he'll do to the rest of you.
"Those who lose dreaming are lost." --Indigenous Australian Proverb
Related Sentences for Indigenous
Why are the loudest voices for #GunControl on my feed generally not people not from the US?
"The scientists know very well that this marks the end of an anthropocentric life and the beginning of a bio-centric life. It is the end of hatred and the beginning of love, the end of lies and beginning of truth. It is the end of sadness and the beginning of happiness, it is the end of division and the beginning of unity, and this is a theme to be developed."
Forgetting "Kunan Poshpora" "The village gang raped".... Pathetic.... India boiling at d Rape of One girl & Ignoring d gang rape of d whole village.
Well, whatdya know? World's still here. What car would you NOT have missed had the world ceased to exist this morning?
Understanding the #IdleNoMore campaign: Have you seen any of the protests?
The world ain't ending and your god ain't real. I wish y'all would join the modern world and give that supernatural mess up.
From 2000 BCE to today.... maya civilization still lives.... they were not all terminated by westerners... they survived even today..