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This poem also helps us to understand that the land is everything to the aboriginal people "The land is our food, our culture, our spirit and identity" and that they need the land to continue to practice their faith and traditions. # The Aboriginal people believe that all things are part of a large network of relationships ...
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It shows that they are all linked and they are also all equal. There is no circle bigger or line longer to suggest that one is better or on is further away from the others. #To understand our law, our culture and our relationship to the physical and spiritual world, you must begin with land. Everything about aboriginal society is inextricably woven with, and connected to, land...
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