By Zoe Meyer, Nabil Zarandi, Winifred Barnum-Newman
Explores the heritage and teachings of the Bahai religion and a few of the real figures during this religion's improvement.
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43 Observing that the old fare best in societies when they contribute or control resources that are vital or desirable to the group, the literature notes that cultural resources, rather than economic and political capital, are more typically significant to old age. In primarily oral traditions, elders are the libraries of cultural memory, myth, ritual, and ethics, and because they maintain, allocate, and distribute this knowledge, elders bring something important to the well-being of community.
Citizens (legislated by Congress in 1924) over their membership in distinctive tribal nations and cultures. Although Ojibwe tribal governments were not, as were the Menominee in Wisconsin, formally terminated (the Menominee were later reinstated in the 1970s), the financial incentives of relocation policy were sufficient to persuade many poor Indians to leave reservation communities for jobs in American cities flush with a postwar economic boom. S. American Indian population could be found living in the cities.
11 In tro d u c tio n Where old age does appear in discussions of the life cycle, as it does in the work of A. I. Hallowell, E. S. 15 But the selfsame scholar who lifted up bimaadiziwin, “the good life”—life and longevity in the fullest sense—as an Ojibwe ultimate concern, contents himself with a brief discussion of the ultimate stage of life (what by his own account could be identified as a religious attainment in its own right) by documenting the terms for old women, men, and people: mindimooyenh, akiwenzii, or kete anishinaabe.
Children's Stories From The Dawn-Breakers by Zoe Meyer, Nabil Zarandi, Winifred Barnum-Newman