In Chief Seattle’s 1854 speech, what does the speaker say about death? Explain it.
Or, What does Chief Seattle mean when he says “There is no death, only a change of worlds.”?
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According to Chief Seattle “There is no death, only a change of worlds.”
He means to say that after the physical death, the spirits still stay alive and wander about the beautiful places of this world that they loved in their life. Those spirits often visit their loved ones to console, comfort or guide them. These “dead” men are powerful and keep an eye on their people, as he believes.
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