I started out my own Lakota Indian tribe a few years back and although I know I’m not the best leader in the tribe I am very committed and have a lot of loyalty to them. This is why I had to learn and practice many lessons from them. They seem to know more than I know so I wanted to try and learn some of their secrets together with these wise words of wisdom from The Lakota language to share with everyone.
I hope you will use this blog to not only learn from these wise words but to live their values and to create in others what these words teach to you. And when you do, you will truly be a part of their tribe. Be good to yourself, “You mean the world to me”: As difficult as it can be in a long-term relationship, being a good person is crucial.
The Lakota language has been handed down in this particular way because it is believed by the tribe to have a magic or spiritual power. Many of our words are sacred and are not meant to be used. What kind of person do I want to be in a relationship with. Do I want someone who is nice to everyone. Do I want someone to be mean to me or someone who tries to help me out without putting up with things I am not willing to take.
It is important to take care of yourself when you are single, you know that you have to make yourself do things you can never really do alone, and that takes care of everything.
As you probably know, it’s extremely easy to become obsessed with other peoples opinion on relationships, especially if you are new to this type of relationship. But when you get into long-term relationships, these negative energy becomes contagious. It can affect people in other ways as well and may cause a big negative backlash when you want to get into an intimate or committed relationship.
You are already taking steps to protect yourself and your relationships. I encourage you to get to know the Lakota language and learn how to speak and communicate with other people, learn a few ways to work through conflicts, do those “right” things to get good at resolving conflicts with your partner, and to be nice and friendly to people and be able to build trust.