The Navajo believe that to maintain harmony, there must be a balanced interrelationship between the feminine and the masculine within the individual, in families, in the culture, and in the natural world.Two Spirits reveals how these beliefs are expressed in a natural range of gender diversity.By Tara Mac Isaac , Epoch Times Funerary rites, like death, are a source of fascination tinged by mystery and fear.
Here’s a look at how we bury our loved ones, how some other societies have buried their loved ones, and why.
Flowers were left on Neanderthal graves 65,000 to 35,000 years ago.
They will have to support each other to stay with an effort, even when it feels discouraging.
People will have to resist the efforts of those who use divide-and-conquer techniques--pitting one cultural group against another.
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