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CHIEF SEATTLE The words, soulfully express the sentiments that stir deeply within us, one and all, they’re about our saddened environment. These profound words are often attributed to Chief Seattle but were actually penned by the celebrated screenwriter Ted Perry, specifically produced for the ecology film Home in 1971. The poem is a portion of Chief Seattle’s Speech from the movie.

 Chief Seattle. “Each pine tree shining in the sun, each sandy beach, the mist hanging in the dark woods, every space, each humming bee, every part of the Earth is sacred to my people, Holy in their memory and experience.”

May also your heart be eternally captivated by the visuals, sounds and the soothing narrator’s voice in this video, as is mine…


  • Do you know chief Seattle’s speech?❣

    • Yes


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