To Walk the Red Road, you have less fear of being wrong, because you know that life is a journey, a continous circle, a sacred hoop. Mistakes will be made, and mistakes can be corrected-if you will be humble, for if you cannot be humble, you will never know when you have made a mistake.
If you walk the Red Road, you know that every sorrow leads to a better understanding, every horror cannot be explained, but can offer growth.
To Walk the Red Road is to look for beauty in all things.
To Walk the Red Road is to know you will one day cross to the Spirit World, and you will not be afraid.
My comments on this final section of the poem.
Know that the purpose of life is to learn and grow in spiritual awareness. It is important to learn from our mistakes. This brings a good perspective on life and death. There is nothing to fear except what false information we have been given by religious organizations. Death is a transition, just like birth was. Meanwhile, smell the flowers along the way, even the thorny ones have something to offer us.