A people with long history decides what makes a sacred mountain

A good read is what I consider Elson Elizaga’s piece on MindaNews about “Selling a Sacred Mountain”.

There are similar cases of such situation in the province of Bukidnon.

From my encounters with respected tribal leaders and elders, it is a long history of clans and tribes that determine what makes a sacred mountain and other people may have no choice but respect the mountains and other areas as part of other people’s ancestral domain.

This is a situation when development comes head on with respect for people and their culture, history, and traditions.

Surely, there are varying schools of thoughts that can articulate this issue

But not a theory can probably contest the universal value of mutual respect.

Read his full article here.


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6 responses to “A people with long history decides what makes a sacred mountain”

  1. Cederash says :

    Спасибо! Буду теперь заходить на этот блог каждый день!

  2. Ferinannnd says :

    Хорошо что удалось отыскать такой замечательный блог, а то последнее время уже начал думать что инет это мусорка сплошная.

  3. Avertedd says :

    Давно искала эту информацию, спасибо.

  4. Yorikk says :

    Добавил в закладки. Теперь буду почаще читать!

  5. Tokio says :

    Самые вкусные и кулинарные рецепты с фото и рецептами.

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