Greetings to all folks near and far.
This is the time of year for new beginnings, when Mother Earth is warming up for the new growth season of spring. People are outside, preparing the soil and planning the gardens. Some may already have seedlings ready to plant, depending on the weather in their area. At the end of the day after work is done, it is the perfect time to gather round the family storyteller after supper and listen to legends and myths of days gone by.
Many myths, regardless of the origin or culture, have a message of learning that is hidden is symbolic meaning. Native American legends are filled with spiritual symbolism.
Here is my latest article from the Folklore and Mythology site at BellaOnline.com.
Spiritual Symbolism Of Native American Legends
The spiritual symbolism found in Native American legends is often deeply hidden if the reader is not aware of the purpose for the story.
I hope you enjoy this article and would love to hear from you. We can discuss it in my forum when you stop by to say hello. I look forward to meeting you.
I wish you a very happy and prosperous spring. Till next time, may you walk in peace and harmony.
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Phyllis Doyle Burns, Folklore and Mythology Editor
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