Friday, July 1, 2011

Lakota Chief Oren Lyons Speaks To Our Humanity



An inspirational and wise speech by a Native American leader.    It's a pleasure to hear someone speaking  straight and with common sense.

Will we finally listen or shall I say, will you open your ears and your mind and take in what this man has to say?    I for one can hear and understand the important of his words clearly.

6 comments:

Siv Maria said...

Native American leaders always seem to have a special kind of wisdom, thanks for sharing.

cherie said...

Very good speech but I have a question... Do you know if Owen Lyons is a Lakota or an Onondaga which is a tribe of the Iroquois Nation?
Thanks

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Siv:

You are most welcome and yes, they do have a practical wisdom.

Thank you for stopping by south of the border,
Mike

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Cherie:

To answer your question: Yes, Owen is an Orondaga elder. I found this quotation of his:

“We forget so we consider ourselves superior. But we are, after all, a mere part of the creation and we must consider to understand where we are and we stand somewhere between the mountain and the Ant. Somewhere and only there is a part and parcel of the creation."

Chief Oren Lyons Onondaga

Thanks for the correction and in the form of a question. You are a skilled manager.

Kindest regards,
Mike

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lithuania for joining in to occupy our rights across the world!!! Thanks for posting the Lakota Chief speech, also!!!

Tell all hello from the US andd that everywhere, ones are concerned about inequalities for all diversities!!!

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Anonymous:

You are very welcome and thank you for stopping by to visit my blog.

Kind regards,
Mike