Re: American Indian in my dream
It wasn't very helpful of him to tell you what not to do without offering an alternative was it? A lot of old school Native Americans seem to be against technology in theory, but I'm not really sure how you'd get along without it these days. The history of the area I live in is full of civilizations that built up and then collapsed when the rainfall dried up for a few years at a time.
That doesn't mean techology is completely innocent though. The advanced complexity of it increasingly puts our dependance on the people and the structures that build it, and we rely on our own means less and less. Instead of crafting our own tools, we find ourselves pushing invisible pixel numbers around, which doesn't seem as innately satisfying.
"I inherited the spirit of the sun. I'll meet you when the day breaks through. It's time to shine and make all your dreams come true. Come on, wish upon a dog star!" -Hybrid