Lessons from the Sioux in How to Turn a Boy Into a Man

“The Indian, in his simple philosophy, was careful to avoid a centralized population, wherein lies civilization’s devil. He would not be forced to accept materialism as the basic principle of his life, but preferred to reduce existence to its simplest terms. His roving out-of-door life was more precarious, no doubt, than life reduced to a … Continue reading Lessons from the Sioux in How to Turn a Boy Into a Man