Navajo Myth/Legend

Navajo Myth/Legend

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  • In the beginning of this myth a family of 6 is trying to navigate their way to food, water, supplies, and multiple locations.
  • Sometimes it takes more then once before you can succeed.
  • There is no supplies here. We have to go find some.
  • FIrst, we will go out and get some more wood for the fire. While you guys continue to find more utilities.
  • Then, the daughters go to find a stable food and water source. While the parents go find a temporary place to stay. So it is the sons' job to go find firewood.
  • We could carry all of our property and leave.
  • Me and her will go gather supplies as well.
  • We still need more supplies. The camp is distant though.
  • The two sons' decide that they will bring home fire wood and some poles to make a fire for heat and the poles for a possible tent.
  • We can just bring home some of these poles and wood out here.
  • Great idea!
  • Common we have to get this wood home for mother and father.
  • Well the two sons' are on their way to find their parents they come to an encounter with this older man that tells them, "Sometimes it takes more than once before you can succeed."
  • After that, when the father and mother are searching for shelter they then wonder if all of their children are ok.
  • I wonder where they are??
  • They are probably fine. But I hope their ok getting all of the fire wood and other property.
  • While we were on our way home we met a man who gave us some wise words. He said, "Sometimes it takes more than once before you can succeed."
  • Finally, the family had found some of the many things they needed. They got some good advice that your not going to succeed all the time and eventually they were ok.
  • That is good advice. We are so glad that you are ok!
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