At home with Harrison Ford, 1978 


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hozhoni [hoh-sho-ni]
(noun; Navajo, North America) This means “the beauty of life, as seen and created by a person.” For the Navajo, this is something that grows from within a human being and spreads outward to penetrate the universe. It can be intellectual, emotional, moral, aesthetic and biological. Navajo life and culture are very much based on this concept of hozhoni and indeed the goal of life is unity of experience. Hozhoni expresses the idea of order, happiness, health, and well-being as well as blanace and harmony, Hence, it is not only a way of looking at life, but a way to live.  (via wordsnquotes)
Natives Against Redsk*ns


If you’re an NDN plz sign… (looking at you my fellow Anishinabe peoples)


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  4. "Yikáísdáhá" 11x14"   $32
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