The Ojibwe have a concept of what is a good life. The saying: mino-bimaaduziwin. Mino means good, bimaaduziwiwin means that a life is a good and sacred thing. So more than just meaning "a good life", mino-bimaaduziwin is a holy virtue. You have a sacred duty to live a good life, live a modest and humble life, thankful for all the things the universe has given us.
When my great uncle was on his deathbed, rejecting treatment for his kidney failure. My mom asked him, at one point, what "mino-bimaaduziwin" meant, because it kept showing up in native music she was listening to. He explained it to her, and in being reminded of his sacred duty to live a good life, he decided to accept treatment. He went on living.
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your regular reminder that censoring words l*ke th*s is actively counterproductive because it bypasses the filters that people set up for themselves
to take an innocuous example, if i use filters to block the word "orange", and you write "or*nge", you have now ensured that i will see a post that i have explicitly tried to get out of my timeline
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