Great Bear National Forest - Sacred Spaces, Day 2

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Sept 20, 2007 - Sacred Pictographs

Great Bear is rich with native history, like the remains of these pictographs on this rock face. Pictographs were often carved with fingers, sticks and tools and then painted with a mixture of plant material and natural fixatives. They often represent the power of nature. The First Nations have been living on this land for centuries - finding these little road signs to a whole other culture made this a very enriching trip.

"People can only live fully by helping others to live. When you give life to friends you truly live. Cultures can only realize their further richness by honoring other traditions. And only be respecting natural life can humanity continue to exist." - Daisaku Ikeda quote, Japanese peace activist and Buddhist Leader, 1928

Photos compliments of: Sherrie

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