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Known as the Thanksgiving Address, this Native American good morning message is based on the belief that the natural world is a precious and rare gift - from the moon and the stars to the tiniest blade of grass.

©1995 Lee & Low (P)1997 Weston Woods

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worth listening to every morning

Beautiful way to give thanks for being alive. Short enough to listen to daily. Read aloud in English and kaniakehaka (Mohawk). Soothing sounds of Native American flute plays in the background.

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thank you Gracias kop pun kap 谢谢你 Ďakujem

Thank you Chief Jake Swamp and Mohawk people. Thank you for all my relations. whakawhetai koe

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A Lovely Ceremony of Thanks

This is a beautiful rendition, with nature sounds and music, of the traditional thanks prayer of the Six Nations. The book lists these Nations of Native Americans and features narration by Chief Jake Swamp. This thanks prayer is a lovely way to start the day- narrated in a musical Mohawk language at the end.

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start each day with gratitude

this practice is short, sweet and simple. giving a quick approach to honoring all nation