The Crackle, the Smell, the Warmth

A native fire is a small fire.

It uses few resources and the people sit close to it and to each other.

A western fire is often large fire.

It uses much wood and its heat forces people to move back from it and away from each other.

There is much wisdom in the native fire.

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