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Life's Journey―Zuya: Oral Teachings from Rosebud (edição 2012)

por Albert White Hat Sr (Autor), John Cunningham (Compiler)

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"Our people are very lucky to be here," says Albert White Hat Sr. He has lived through a time when Indians were sent to boarding schools and were not permitted to practice their own rituals. Although the Lakota people can practice their beliefs openly once again, things have changed and old ways have been forgotten. As a teacher at Sinte Gleska University in South Dakota, White Hat seeks to preserve the link the Lakota people have with their past. In Life's Journey--Zuya, White Hat has collected and translated the stories of medicine men, retaining the simplicity of their language so as not to interpret their words through a Western lens. This is Zuya, oral history that is lived and handed down over the generations. White Hat also shares stories from his own experience. Using anecdotes he shows not only how the Lakota lifestyle has been altered but also how Lakota words have begun to take on new meanings that lack their original connotations and generate a different picture of Lakota philosophy. Language, interwoven with history, tells the people where they came from and who they are. By gathering the traditions and ceremonies in a single volume, with the history of how they evolved, he has secured the meaning of these practices for futre generations. Filled with warmth and humor, Life's Journey--Zuya is an enjoyable and enlightening read.… (mais)
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Título:Life's Journey―Zuya: Oral Teachings from Rosebud
Autores:Albert White Hat Sr (Autor)
Outros autores:John Cunningham (Compiler)
Informação:University of Utah Press (2012), Edition: 1st, 224 pages
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“We are all related” a philosophy and way of life that I wish everyone could embrace! Not just one Wakan Tanka, or “powerful being” - the difference between religion and spirituality.

Everything in the universe, we are all related. “This is the most fundamental belief in our Lakota philosophy, that we are related to everything on earth and in the universe.”

The Lakota way of life - the pipe, the sun dance, the sweat lodge, all of it - is thoroughly detailed in this book. As is the language! I learned an amazing amount of information from this read! Definitely a must read for anyone interested in Native American culture! ( )
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"Our people are very lucky to be here," says Albert White Hat Sr. He has lived through a time when Indians were sent to boarding schools and were not permitted to practice their own rituals. Although the Lakota people can practice their beliefs openly once again, things have changed and old ways have been forgotten. As a teacher at Sinte Gleska University in South Dakota, White Hat seeks to preserve the link the Lakota people have with their past. In Life's Journey--Zuya, White Hat has collected and translated the stories of medicine men, retaining the simplicity of their language so as not to interpret their words through a Western lens. This is Zuya, oral history that is lived and handed down over the generations. White Hat also shares stories from his own experience. Using anecdotes he shows not only how the Lakota lifestyle has been altered but also how Lakota words have begun to take on new meanings that lack their original connotations and generate a different picture of Lakota philosophy. Language, interwoven with history, tells the people where they came from and who they are. By gathering the traditions and ceremonies in a single volume, with the history of how they evolved, he has secured the meaning of these practices for futre generations. Filled with warmth and humor, Life's Journey--Zuya is an enjoyable and enlightening read.

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