Ish-na-e-cha-ge, First-Born-Being, roamed among the Animal-Nations.
He understood their ways and their languages.
They beheld him in wonder and awe and could do nothing without his knowledge.
He pitched his tent in the centre of the land and no spot was impenetrable to his gaze.
Even so, he longed for companionship.
From a splinter drawn from his Big-Toe, he formed Little-Boy-Man and taught him everything he knew.
Eventually, the time came for their parting.
“What shall I do without you?” pleaded Little-Boy-Man.
“If you get stuck,” replied First-Born-Being, “look to the end of the road where two trees meet.”