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Old 06-11-2012, 10:13 AM   #308
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Originally Posted by Lost Turtle View Post
I'm not really a forum person, but was lonely in my white native religion. So my question is how many here are white and native and have built their own religious beliefs around their personal experiences?
I have been a "Practicing Native American" for many years and am well travelled in the U.S. It seems I am the only one. I've met Muslims, Hindus, Christians and the like but never another one like myself.
Please tell me there are more like me.

My current beliefs are few. Basically a personal relationship with God (name unknown). I also feel everything and everyone is connected in some spiritual manner and is influenced by contact. Aside from that I pray frequently and have chosen a turtle necklace to wear as a reminder to do so. I chose this symbol for it's representation of the name of the continent I live on and I like turtles ;)


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