Black Ancestors : Libation Cultivaton: In Remembrance to Our Own

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  1. medusanegrita

    medusanegrita Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I've gone to back to about the 4th page and noticed that most of the our honored and cherished ancestors are of stars and famous people. Have I not gone back far enough to find a topic that reveres and honors our own ordinary everyday ancestors and people we love that have passed on in this earthly realm? If so, or one hasn't been started, then allow me to start another.

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    for

    my mother Shirley
    1957 - 1998

    my brother Johnny
    1979 - 2006

    my grandmother Dorothy & and my grandfather Hurley
    1927(?) to 1989
    1911 - 1989

    my MIL Jennie May
    1933 - 1986

    I remember you, I love you, I miss you.

    To my ancestors that came before and that have passed on in this earthly realm - I give love, honor, and reverence.

    To my family, my friends, associates, and all those that I have known that are longer here with me - I honor you and your memory.

    My other friends, family, and associates who have passed on.
     
  2. Ikoro

    Ikoro Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    For my Mother Kristine, my Nnaanna Nwasuye, my Nnenna Chinyere, the Ogoni Nine, all those in my direct lineage and those faceless and nameless victims of White Supremacy and Injustice - I salute you and promise to succeed and honor you.

    Ashe.

    One,

    - Ikoro
     
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