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Two Wolves
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Two Wolves

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Life explained in this beautiful little story with native american art backgrounds.

Life explained in this beautiful little story with native american art backgrounds.

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  • 1. One evening in the fall of 1869, an elderly Cherokee indian took his grandson by the hand.  They walked away from the village and built a fire under the stars.  At first, they sat quietly and absorbed the sounds of the night.  In the distance, a chorus echoed thru the canyon — the voice of wolves on the hunt.
  • 2. The elderly man turned to his grandson and began to speak.  “My son, the wolves are hungry tonight and they are closer than you think.  The boy placed another stick on the fire and moved closer to his grandfather.
  • 3. He continued, “Do not be afraid of the sounds of the night.”  Be afraid of the battle between the two wolves that live inside each of us.”  But the boy did not understand. 
  • 4. Seeing that the boy did not understand, the old Cherokee began to explain....
  • 5. “Of the two wolves, one is evil.  It is full of anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed,
  • 6. arrogance, self-pity,  guilt, lies ,resentment, inferiority,
  • 7. false pride, superiority and ego.
  • 8. "The other is Good -  It is joy, peace, love, hope, 
  • 9. serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, 
  • 10. empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith."
  • 11. Stirring the fire with a stick, the grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather: "Which wolf wins?"
  • 12. The old Cherokee simply replied, "The one you feed."
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  • 16. Trinity

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