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43 17 If God Does Not Kill, the Chief Cannot Kill Either O ne day, a hunter went out to hunt. It was already getting late, and he still had not found anything. He searched around in a bush where he discovered a hedgehog and her babies. He picked them up and put them in his bag. The little hedgehogs began to cry. Their mother told them to stop crying, for ‘‘If God doesn’t kill, the chief cannot kill either.’’ The hunter continued to look for game, with no luck. He didn’t find anything else and turned around to go home. On the way, he saw an antelope eating grass. He put down his bag in order to kill it. The hedgehog and her babies took this opportunity to escape. That is why the Moose have this proverb: ‘‘If God did not kill, then the chief cannot kill either1 .’’ 1. The power held by the chief is inferior to divine protection. ...

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ISBN
9789956578009
Related ISBN
9789956616558
MARC Record
OCLC
680618032
Pages
136
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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