Great Gardener

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The Great Gardener is an North American Indigenous term for God.

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"Why,” said one, “the flowers are for our souls to enjoy; not for our bodies to wear. Leave them alone and they will live out their lives and reproduce themselves as the Great Gardener intended. He planted them; we must not pluck them, for it would be selfish to do so."[1]


  1. Anonymous comment in Nerburn, Kent, ed. The Wisdom of the Native Americans. Novato, California: New World Library, 1999.