You Belong to the Land

When the colonists and eventually Americans started settling on more and more American soil, they got into fights and battles with Native Americans. There was tribal land, but the point was that you can’t really own the land. Land does not belong to us, we belong to it.

Our blood returns to the sea, when we die. Man was made from dust and clay. When we die, our bodies turn back into dust, dirt, and clay. This wouldn’t happen if we owned land. Mother Earth claims our bodies, we don’t claim her.

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She is a spiritual person. Some of the topics she is concerned about are: - God (and other deities) - Spirituality - Religion - Holy Texts - Science & Religion - History - Books & Writing - Cats

Posted on August 23, 2012, in Concepts to Think About and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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