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Sometimes I Feel Like A Wolf

Sometimes I Feel Like A Wolf - proud, feelings, honor, indian, wolf, bond, religion, loyalty, strength, strong, fearless, fatalistic, warrior, alone, fate, native, perception, spiritistic, nature, mark, emotion, loyal, american, separated, pack, true, apart, brave, culture, natural world, pathway, isolated, path, kinship, native american, spirit
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Sometimes I Feel Like A Wolf...The Great Timber Wolf from legends of old...proud, strong, fearless, loyal, and brave. It's no wonder that the Native American Indians ascribed much of their internal strength and power to the spirit of the wolf..a strong affinity and bond carrying over to the spirit world and their strong belief in the intertwining of all things and a respect for the natural habitat from which they derived their life, strength, and peace...and guidance of the wolf along the path of life. Something has been lost in the modern world that can be learned from the legends and cultures of old. We would do well to be silent and listen, turning our eyes, ears, and hearts toward understanding, growing wise as we gain strength & wisdom. Let us respect the world & these magnificent creatures with whom we share kinship 7 gain strength of purpose & will & set our feet upon the path layed out before us if we may perceive that which is known among our kin & guides...mtlonewolf...
iamlonewolf2 Uploaded by iamlonewolf2 on . Sometimes I Feel Like A Wolf - Desktop Nexus Animals Download free wallpapers and background images: Sometimes I Feel Like A Wolf. Desktop Nexus Animals background ID 1437150. Sometimes I Feel Like A Wolf...The Great Timber Wolf from legends of old...proud, strong, fearless, loyal, and brave. It's no wonder that the Native American Indians ascribed much of their internal strength and power to the spirit of the wolf..a strong affinity and bond carrying over to the spirit world and their strong belief in the intertwining of all things and a respect for the natural habitat from which they derived their life, strength, and peace...and guidance of the wolf along the path of life. Something has been lost in the modern world that can be learned from the legends and cultures of old. We would do well to be silent and listen, turning our eyes, ears, and hearts toward understanding, growing wise as we gain strength & wisdom. Let us respect the world & these magnificent creatures with whom we share kinship 7 gain strength of purpose & will & set our feet upon the path layed out before us if we may perceive that which is known among our kin & guides...mtlonewolf... Rating: 4.3

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Total Downloads: 291
Times Favorited: 7
Uploaded By: iamlonewolf2
Date Uploaded: April 25, 2013
Filename: -I-Feel-Like-A-Wolf.jpg
Original Resolution: 1024x768
File Size: 1.72MB
Category: Other

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