Centuries ago, Iroquois Native Americans developed a philosophy to guide the Iroquois Confederacy’s most important decision making. That philosophy encouraged leaders to weigh the impact of their decisions seven generations into the future. It’s since been called the “Seventh Generation Principle.” Today, that forward-looking philosophy is praised for its wise stewardship in giving voice to unborn generations.
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