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See That Look In Her Eye
See That Look In Her Eye. Have You thought about sign language? The best signs are evident when you talk to women. It’ is in those pretty little eyes, knowing fierce or friendly looks.
She knows it too!
See that look in her eye!
Hunters see that sign too. The way they sniff the air. That twitch before they take off…
Sign language used by everyone, in every culture, everywhere.
Mine is Apache, Cherokee, German, and Irish. Those are the ones directly shown and taught to me.
Natural Movements that go unnoticed to all but a few. When you get near the best of them it becomes obvious quickly. With a couple of hand signs and few words they are in charge.
Does not matter if it’s a man or a woman with a couple of signs and few words they naturally take charge...
Young Chief Meeting His Spirit Guide
American Indian. Young Chief Meeting His Spirit Guide. Sign language has been a part of the American Indian culture for as long as the history of the Indian has been taught from generation to generation. A unique sign is associated with each individual tribe. The sign is a reference to the heritage to which they belong as well as the Spirit Guide of the tribe.
While teaching my grandchildren sign that would be important for them to know we embarked on a Spirit walk.
There he came, waving a belt with a rainbow pattern, smiling at me and saying,”Let’s go. Let’s go.”
I knew right then it was going to be a big day for the kids. Little did I realize how important it would be for me too...