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The Saabe & The Sacred Teaching: Honesty

The Saabe & The Sacred Teaching: Honesty

Honesty: The Sabe In the Anishinaabe culture of the Seven Sacred Teachings, a being

Honesty: The Sabe In the Anishinaabe culture of the Seven Sacred Teachings, a being called the Saabe is used to represent honesty. The legend tells that long ago a giant name Kitch-Saabe walked among the people and reminded them to be honest to the laws of their creator and to each other. By Wonderlane https: //www. flickr. com/photos/wonderlane/11903341854

Some believed the height of Kitch. Sabe made them closest to the creator above.

Some believed the height of Kitch. Sabe made them closest to the creator above. According to the legend, they stood as a reminder that one who is honest can walk tall, feeling proud of who they are. Some people think Sabe still exist today and call them the sasquatch. They say that they protect the land will appear to protect it when the Earth is being misused.

Be like the Saabe. Stand tall and walk with Honesty. Be proud of who

Be like the Saabe. Stand tall and walk with Honesty. Be proud of who you are. Know your strengths and use them to overcome your weaknesses.

Be Yourself! The Saabe teaches each of us to be proud of who we

Be Yourself! The Saabe teaches each of us to be proud of who we really are and to truly be ourselves.

Photo by Brocken Inaglory Be Honest - Be You! Honestly being yourself sometimes takes

Photo by Brocken Inaglory Be Honest - Be You! Honestly being yourself sometimes takes courage. Strive to be daring enough to: say what you feel, look the way you choose, and do what you really want to do. Stand tall! Grow your own way! Be brave, be different, be you! Be Brave Song 3: 57

Be Honest: Play Life by the Rules How do you feel when someone doesn’t

Be Honest: Play Life by the Rules How do you feel when someone doesn’t follow the rules?

Be Honest - Tell the Truth What are the consequences of lying? ● One

Be Honest - Tell the Truth What are the consequences of lying? ● One lie often leads to another. ● Lying adds stress and makes your conscience bother you. ● Your punishment may be greater when you get caught in your lie. ● If you get a reputation as a liar, people may not believe you when you tell the truth. My Monkey Won't Tell the Truth (2: 03)

Honesty vs Tact: Sometimes telling the truth could hurt someone’s feelings or embarrass them.

Honesty vs Tact: Sometimes telling the truth could hurt someone’s feelings or embarrass them. Knowing when to be careful about what you say is called being tactful or having tact. You look ridiculous! What are some other cases in which tact should be used?

The Battle: Sometimes life will feel like you are in a tugof-war between wrong

The Battle: Sometimes life will feel like you are in a tugof-war between wrong and right. What helps you choose? WRONG RIGHT

Knowing Right From Wrong - Your Conscience Each one of us knows the rules

Knowing Right From Wrong - Your Conscience Each one of us knows the rules of life and we all understand what is right and what is wrong. This knowledge in our minds makes up our conscience. When we have to make a decision, our conscience can help us make the wise choice.

CONSCIENCE AND CHOICES BREAKING LIFE’S RULES: DISHONESTY FOLLOWING YOUR CONSCIENCE: HONESTY Think of a

CONSCIENCE AND CHOICES BREAKING LIFE’S RULES: DISHONESTY FOLLOWING YOUR CONSCIENCE: HONESTY Think of a time you almost did something you knew was wrong, but your conscience helped you do the right thing? What feelings might you get if you do what you know is wrong? What other consequences could you face? How did you feel? https: //www. maxpixel. net/Pan-Weigh-Kitchen-Scale-Balance-Horizontal-2071319

Honesty, Self-Discipline and Self Control Who should be making sure you do what is

Honesty, Self-Discipline and Self Control Who should be making sure you do what is right? The answer is YOU! In your conscience, you know the difference between right and wrong, so one should have to supervise or monitor your behavior. Being honest means taking responsibility for your actions, and doing what you know is right, even when no one is looking!

Live Honestly! Marcus Aurelius was the emperor of Rome from 161 AD to 180

Live Honestly! Marcus Aurelius was the emperor of Rome from 161 AD to 180 AD. Long ago, he said to live life by two rules: If it’s not right, do not do it. If it’s not true, do not say it. https: //commons. wikimedia. org/wiki/User: Adert Still today, aren’t those the only two rules anyone really needs? Honesty Clip: 1: 00

The Sabé holds its heart to remind us to live in honesty – to

The Sabé holds its heart to remind us to live in honesty – to live from the heart. Never lie or gossip. Be honest with yourself and others. Speak from your heart. Be true to your word.