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The Seven Sacred Teachings - Respect C$20 .999 pure silver with selective gold plating coin, proof.
Second of seven coins in this exciting new series celebrating the Seven Sacred Teachings of love, respect, courage, honesty, wisdom, humility and truth practiced by First Nations people across Canada.
Mintage: 7,000 pcs. worldwide. With box and numbered COA.
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|Face Value :||20 Dollars|
|Metal :||Pure silver .999|
|Weight :||31.83 g|
|Size :||40.00 mm|
|Mintage :||7,000 pcs. worldwide|
|Series :||The Seven Sacred Teachings|
|Certificate of Authenticity :||Yes|
|Original ETUI box/case :||Yes|
|Designer :||Nathalie Bertin (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)|
The Seven Sacred Teachings
The traditional concepts of respect and sharing that form the foundation of the Native American way of life are built around the seven natural laws, or sacred teachings. Each teaching honors one of the basic virtues intrinsic to a full and healthy life.
Each law is embodied by an animal to underscore the point that all actions and decisions made by man are manifest on a physical plain. The animal world taught man how to live close to the earth; the connection that has been established between the animal world and that of man has instilled a respect for all life in those who follow the traditional way.
The Buffalo teaches us RESPECT
Respect is the condition of being honored.
The Buffalo, through giving its life and sharing every part of its being, showed the deep respect it had for the people. No animal was more important to the existence of Indigenous families than this animal, and its gift provided shelter, clothing and utensils for daily living. Native people believed themselves to be true caretakers of the great herds, and developed a sustainable relationship with the Buffalo resulting in a relationship that was a true expression of respect.
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