|Statement||compiled and introduced by Charles Causley ; illustrated by Charles Keeping.|
|Contributions||Causley, Charles, 1917-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
Sun Dancing presents a profound look at the elements of traditional Lakota ceremonial practice and the ways in which ceremony is regarded as life-giving by the Lakota. Through his commitment to following the Red Road, Michael Hull gradually won acceptance in a community that has rejected other attempts by white America to absorb its spiritual. The Sun Dance is the largest and most important ceremony in the Lakota spiritual tradition, the one that ensures the life of the people for another year. In Michael Hull was extended an invitation to join in a Sun Dance by Lakota elder Leonard Crow Dog-- a controversial action because Hull is ed on: Octo Sun Dancing presents a profound look at the elements of traditional Lakota ceremonial practice and the ways in which ceremony is regarded as life-giving by the Lakota. Through his commitment to following the Red Road, Michael Hull gradually won acceptance in a community that had rejected other attempts by white America to absorb its spiritual practices, leading to the extraordinary step of his. Challenging a traditional book format, Sun Dancing is a collection of historical fiction short stories which focus on the monastic tradition at Skellig Michael but is also a collection of Irish history organized topically. The opening fiction is inspiring and beautiful and resists the temptation of waxing poetic/5.
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