61+ Messages, Quotes, and Greetings
Native American Day is a holiday observed annually in the United States on the second Monday of October every year. As the name suggests, Native American Day is a holiday aimed at changing the way people view Native Americans. The observance focuses on celebrating the Native American culture, heritage, and history of tribes across the nation.
Native American Day Messages, Quotes and Greetings
Greetings for Native American Day
_On the eve of Native American Day, we need to teach our children about our culture and incredibly old historical significances of our tribe. Let’s honor this special occasion in the appropriate manner.
_The sacred circle has healing power and in that circle we’re all equal. There is a place for every species, every race and every tree on this hoop. The circle is meant to create unity amongst us.
_Being a Native American or Indian is more than a privilege. It is an attitude, state of mind and a way to live in harmony with all living beings. May each one of us honor our culture on this Native American Day.
_Healing starts when you allow feelings and sensitivities to be awakened which makes your heart filled with positive healing energies. All we need is positivity to celebrate the occasion of Native American Day
_In time of crisis, learn to associate yourself with the men who doesn’t respect our culture. Get an education to be their equals and not their victims. May peace shall forever be your friend.
_Great civilization is measured by people and how well they have learned to relate their environment and fellow man. On this Native American day, Let us hope for an even prosperous civilization in future.
_When a man moves away from his roots, cultural heritage then the heart of a man becomes rigid. This world needs gentler forces to heal so let go of the modernization and celebrate Native American Day.
_Respect is not a commodity rather it is a way of being a proper human. Those that don’t treat people and their culture with respect will answer to karma. This Native American day, let’s earn good karma.
_If we really want to preserve of our history and cultural heritage then we must continue to create it in every era. I hope all my Native American brothers and sisters will continue to acknowledge this celebration.
_The real strength of humans doesn’t lie in the similarities but it lies in the differences we have as a human being. Let’s honor and celebrate our physical and cultural difference on this Native American Day
_Respect works in the Karma way. When we show our respect towards people from different cultures, they respond with respect for us. This Native American Day, let’s learn to respect each other first.
_Those who have one foot in the European mainstream and, and one foot in the native American culture, are going to crave for a certain belonging.
_Native American Day is the day when we all come together and celebrate the rich heritage and culture of our people. So, on this day I urge you to come in unison and celebrate this day in unity.
Messages for Native American Day
_We all know that the Native Americans always wanted to remain free, in sense of to work freely or to follow any religion. Let us all come together and celebrate our freedom to live on Native American Day.
_The Native American people has the quality of having less thunder through mouth and showing more lightning through their hands. On this Native American Day, let’s commemorate their special quality.
_Never judge a book by its cover, similarly never judge anyone by their looks since they can have many struggles hidden in their faces. In the same way we should honor the struggles of the natives on this Native American Day.
_The Natives of America may have a different language to speak but they all belong to the same human race. So, on this Native American Day, let us forget all our differences and unify ourselves in the celebration of this day.
_In the absence of culture and freedom, the society even though it’ll be perfect, it is going to be a jungle only. On this Native American Day, I urge everyone to appreciate our Native American culture.
_If they are unkind to you, start walking away following the red road keeping a smile on your face. They’ll lose their power. Start following the ideology of your natives on this Native American Day.
_According to the theory of our natives, everything on earth has a purpose like a herb to cure any disease. Find your purpose and start acting on it from this Native American Day.
_Maybe our life is full of choices but we only get to choose few. So, choose the option of knowing the rich heritage of our Natives on this Native American Day.
_Our ancestors have tried their best to preserve our rich culture and wonderful heritage and it is our turn to follow their steps. This Native American day, I hope we all try to reenact what our ancestors did.
_People opt for violence without even considering the power of talking. The more you talk to them, the more you’ll know them and the less you’ll fear each other. Let there be peace on Native American Day.
_We often underestimate the importance of our own voice until and unless we are ordered to be silenced. So let’s not wait and raise our voices together to honor our culture on Native American Day.
_Don’t let a wound wait around to get to your inner self because healing is possible when you don’t let the wound to control your life. Hope you spend a wonderful Native American Day ahead.
_We don’t need to be rich but we do need to train our children right. It’s time our children inherit our culture and together we honor our Native American ancestors who were the first visitor of this country.
_All plants are our brothers and sisters. They talk to us and if we listen, we can hear them. So this Native American Day, let’s hope to preserve both, our culture and our most precious environment.
Quotes for Native American Day
“Preserving the land and the culture is in our hands. Let us do it.” –Anonymous.
“Let us save the great legends and history that make us so famous.” –Anonymous.
“Every time you think of us Natives, make sure you understand what our culture has to say.” –Anonymous.