None are so hopelessly enslaved as those who believe they are free
In Praise of Sagada
The superior man goes through life without any one preconceived course of action or any taboo. He merely decides for the moment what is the right thing to do.
The tribal people of the Mountain Province, known by their generic name as the Igorots, live a simple natural life and are deep in wisdom and folklore and still practise their shamanistic rites and healing practices with great efficacy. Their main occupation, apart from the tilling the land, is weaving, and they produce colourful and functional hand-woven cloths which are made up into garments and tablecloths, bags, wall hangings and other items which they sell to travellers and passing tourists. I made three trips into the Mountain Province, visiting Sagada, Bontoc and Banaue, where the Ifugao tribe live. ...........................