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Old 05-04-2004, 11:38 AM   #6
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I think SE is right on track. It's easy to embrace something that is encouraged from childhood. To introduce children to such a culturally rich way of life is a blessing.

My brother and I weren't raised in church (we got expelled from Sunday school haha!!) but we weren't raised in a sweatlodge either. My mother ALWAYS stressed respect. Whether it was for her, elders, nature, ourselves and that had a lot to do with the life choices I have made. We were not taught about the 10 commandments or sin or punishment in a pit of molten lava. It's all about respect, not fear.

I choose do involve my son as much as I possibly can.
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