Being Ikce Wicasa

"In Lakota tradition it is anathema to become a bigshot --- arrogant, boastful, proud, highminded, etcetera.  To be humble, simple, "one of the guys" is to be a common man, Ikce Wicasa --- it is a thing to be sought after, ... in my life, I strive to be Ikce Wicasa ---"common man." " by Richard Leo Twiss
Richard Leo Twiss, (Taoyate Ob Najin: “He Stands with His People”)
“In Lakota tradition it is anathema to become a bigshot — arrogant, boastful, proud, highminded, etcetera. To be humble, simple, “one of the guys” is to be a common man, Ikce Wicasa — it is a thing to be sought after, … in my life, I strive to be Ikce Wicasa —“common man.” ”
~ Richard Leo Twiss, (Taoyate Ob Najin: “He Stands with His People”)
Educator, Author, Christian Minister,
Public Speaker, Co-Founder and President of Wiconi International

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