Navajo Teachings: Honor Those Who Have Passed On
They say our language will disappear. And so far in the process of losing it words are being misused.
One powerful word is… “Nihí kwá’ásiní”. It’s a word used to pay respect to those who have passed on.
Those who have suffered and sacrificed so you can be here.
The teachings say they who have passed are in a place with joy, happiness, confidence and peace… It is still important to pay respect and remember them.
Wally, teaches about this word and what it means to pay respect to living and dead alike. When we no longer do this it is said it will be the end.
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