There is no word for “religion” in the Native American language. There is no fixed set of rules or dogma, only the idea that each individual is responsible to seek their own path, to live in harmony with nature, and with all beings. Respect, honor, courage, and love form the basis of their spiritual paths.
 Jean, Terri (2003-06-01). 365 Days Of Walking The Red Road: The Native American Path to Leading a Spiritual Life Every Day (Religion and Spirituality) (p. 141). F+W Media, Inc.. Kindle Edition.
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