2022 Wishes & Quotes For Native American Day

Wishes and Quotes For Native American Day. Native American Day is a holiday observed annually in the United States on the second Monday of October every year.

The holiday honors the indigenous people who are now known as American Indians, Alaska Natives, and First Nations peoples in the country.

In the United States, the day is celebrated in states that have Indian reservations or tribes (Alaska, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming). Some states recognize it as an official state holiday; others do not.

Quotes For Native American Day

"The protection of the nation and the culture is in our hands. Let us do it." - Anonymous.
"Let's save the great legends and history that made us so famous." - Anonymous.
"Every time you think of us locals, make sure you understand what our culture has to say." - Anonymous.

Wishes For The Native American Day

On the eve of India Day, we have to teach our children the incredible ancient historical significance of our culture and our tribe. Let us properly commemorate this special occasion.

The divine circle has healing power, and in this circle we are all equal. There is room for every species, variety and tree on this tire. This circle should create unity among us.

Being Indian is not just a privilege. It is an attitude, a state of mind, a way of life in harmony with all things. On this Native American Day, may each of us honor our culture.

Healing begins when you allow sensations and sensitivities to be awakened and your heart filled with positive healing energy. All we need is the positivity to celebrate Native American Day

In times of crisis, learn to connect with people who don’t respect our culture. Be educated to be their equal and not their victim. May peace always be your friend.
Great civilizations are measured in people and how they learn how to relate to their environment and those around them. In the days of the Native Americans, let us hope that future civilizations will be more prosperous.
When a person leaves his roots, leaves his cultural heritage, a person's heart is frozen. The world needs gentler forces to heal, so ditch modernization and celebrate Native American Day.
Respect is not a commodity, but a way of being a person. Those who do not respect others and their culture will act karmic. Let's get good karma in this Native American day.
If we really want to preserve our history and cultural heritage, we must continue to do so in every age. I hope all my Native American brothers and sisters will continue to appreciate this celebration.
The real strength of human beings is not in what we have in common, but in what we have as human beings different. On this Native American Day, let's respect and celebrate our physical and cultural differences.
Respect operates in a karmic way. When we show respect to people from other cultures, they respond in a way that respects us. On this Native American Day, we first learn to respect each other.
If you have one foot in the European mainstream and one foot in the Native American culture, you will crave a sense of belonging.
Native American Day is the day we come together to celebrate the rich heritage and culture of our people. So I urge you to come together on this day and celebrate this day in solidarity.