All life flows from and goes back to the Mother Earth upon which all men have equal claim and stake. Yet the man with no color tends to make boundaries on the land and tends to treat part of Mother Earth as his…
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Mother Earth seems not to have treated him well from where he comes so now in order to win the affection of Mother Earth he lays claim to parts of it.
The language that the men with no color and others like him speak makes no sense either. Animals have better dialects than what these people converse in. Language changes from tribe to tribe in our part of Mother Earth but all the men with no color speak the same kind of nonsense language. Maybe I can teach them what real language sounds like once I get to know them better. I will teach them how to speak our language so that they are more civilized. Maybe if I interact with the man with no color more then I can teach him about Mother Earth too. I think that the man with no color will realize his foolish ways and stop encroaching upon Mother Earth as if he owns it.
It is a shame that none of these new people have any color at all. Not even their children are colored or their women. The one who lives before this new man with no color is much more hostile and dangerous. I tried to speak to the new man with no color the other day but I could not make any sense of his gibberish. Maybe I should ask the elders and the shaman more about these people with no color. I am sure that they know more about these people. After all, who knows more than the shaman of our tribe does? Last year he treated six men through the skull of the dingo that he has.
I think that maybe these people with no color had their color taken away and once belonged to our tribes. They must have done something horrible to the peace of Nature. It is good now that they are back maybe to beg forgiveness or to ask the shaman for coming to peace with Mother Earth. Maybe if Mother Earth makes peace with these people, she will return their color to them once more so that they become like us – normal human beings with no lust or greed for
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