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What is a warrior? A warrior is a way of life, a way of thinking, a way of being. Carlos Castenda says we choose, only once to be warriors or ordinary. We choose only once. Because choosing to be a warrior alters your fundamental approach to life. While others view everything as a blessing or a curse, you see only challenges. And a warrior lives to over come challenges.   Written by "AB"

What is a warrior? A warrior is a way of life, a way of thinking, a way of being. Carlos Castenda says we choose, only once to be warriors or ordinary. We choose only once. Because choosing to be a warrior alters your fundamental approach to life. While others view everything as a blessing or a curse, you see only challenges. And a warrior lives to over come challenges. Written by "AB"

Sioux Indian "Crazy Horse" C.A. Pardell Solid Bronze Sculpture 1986

Sioux Indian "Crazy Horse" C.A. Pardell Solid Bronze Sculpture 1986

4. Dakota Sioux Indian - ...tribes are considering setting up encampments to follow the construction, but he stressed that any actions would be peaceful. “We’re not going to damage anything or riot or anything like that,” he said.

A Portrait of a Dakota Sioux Indian in Traditional Dress

4. Dakota Sioux Indian - ...tribes are considering setting up encampments to follow the construction, but he stressed that any actions would be peaceful. “We’re not going to damage anything or riot or anything like that,” he said.

Image detail for -Lot 3 Early Native American Sioux & Blackfeet Indian Chiefs Postcards ...

Image detail for -Lot 3 Early Native American Sioux & Blackfeet Indian Chiefs Postcards ...

There are lots of interesting examples of earth shelters throughout history, many are still lived in around the world. Even here in the USA, the Mandan indians of Dakota, famous for their mobile Tee-Pees, used earth sheltered dwellings as their permanent homes. Imagine whole villages of these things…     After the natives were displaced … … Continue reading →

There are lots of interesting examples of earth shelters throughout history, many are still lived in around the world. Even here in the USA, the Mandan indians of Dakota, famous for their mobile Tee-Pees, used earth sheltered dwellings as their permanent homes. Imagine whole villages of these things… After the natives were displaced … … Continue reading →

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