"All the world has laws. There are many thousands of different animals on this earth and they all have their own laws. Look at the different kinds of trees; they all have their own laws. When we walk in the bush we think of all of them. This is how we learn the way of all life, and the things we don't know, we get to know. This is why God put things on this world and why we are entreating each other.!" ...translated from Tłįcho oral record. Jimmy B. Rabesca (1990) in Strong Like Two People page 33-35
Oral Traditions and Storytelling
- How the Tłı̨chǫ Came to Be
- How Raven Lost His Beak
- Tłı̨chǫ Whaèhdǫǫ̀ Godıı̀ Ełexè Whela / A Collection of Tłı̨chǫ Stories from Long Ago
- The Creation of the Barrenlands and the Couple Inside the Mountain
- Woman and the Pups
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