The spirits tell us to revive the language and understand the language of nature: to read the skies and mountains. If we learn this language of nature, our lives will improve significantly. And we will have balance and harmony with nature. In order to learn this language, it’s important to reconnect with traditional knowledge and indigenous cultures. Nature, just like humans, has her own place where she rests. And if we continue to destroy the places where nature rests, nature will show its true power to us, its true force. By destroying these special places where nature rests, we are destroying our home. Only by uniting together, by uniting our powers, we can preserve nature.
The information and all content provided herein by the Worldwide Indigenous Science Network (WISN) are provided as a service and are for general informational and educational purposes only. Original creator(s) of materials contained herein retain full copyrights. Although WISN uses reasonable efforts to ensure high quality materials, WISN does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of content. Neither WISN nor any party involved in creating, producing, or delivering this information shall be liable for any damages whatsoever arising out of access to, use of, or inability to use the materials, or any errors or omissions in the content thereof. Users assume all responsibility for the access to and use of these materials. Translations of any materials into other languages are provided as a convenience, and translation accuracy is not guaranteed nor implied. Users may refer to the original language/official version to ensure accuracy.