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Ancestors Biggest Wish for All: Love of Family

I don’t know what your family heritage might be, the traditions your people practiced, or the original language you spoke, but let’s be frank, neither you or I are related.  Sure, I might look like someone in your family and you might remind me of someone.   But the fact of the matter is, we are strangers.  Yet, out of courtesy, respect, or what someone might have taught us, we welcome one another like one might pay tribute to a brother, sister or friend.  This connectedness that we have might be due to the fact that in our bloodline there may have been some intermixing of tribes.  Our ancestors may have all danced to the same beat of the drum a time or two in centuries past.  They might have worshiped a similar God or ate from the same circle. 


Just imagine, for a moment, the love that families, friends, allies, and others may have had for one another during much simpler times.  No email, phone, text, TV, just good food, shelter and light-hearted entertainment.  To reflect on moments like this, is fascinating, but also sad.  Somehow the love for brother and sister got lost between slave beatings and relationship cheating, we can see evidence of this when we view the many photos of African Americans without smiles on their faces.  Our loved ones, community or even the world put us in a circle to dance, be free, play a game, enjoy life only to later hurt us with unkind words, manipulative tactics, and outright evil ways.  Is this not what our ancestors underwent that separated them from families they had only wish they could be with?  (If only we promoted love of one another like we do voting for this one and that one--didn't you know, master don't love us--too busy caring for his own family?!)

Oh what joy could we all have in this realm if we could just connect with our Creator without requests for anything—no money, no house, no car, and no marriage partner—just love, love, love!  Okay, so I am asking too much from some, but it doesn’t hurt to dream.
    
So what moves me to write this piece, well the same character in the vision that spear-headed the last piece I wrote about not “teasing the white people”—lol.  It seems that before, during and after the election, some supernatural portal was opened up, maybe some runaway spirits seem to be in touch with us all in some way or another.  Whether you recently dreamt of a deceased relative or had similar visions of what might have been your ancestors trying to speak to you from the other side or worse demonic entities (I shudder at the thought), something happened.  I don’t know about you, but the atmosphere seems different like something big or a shock of some sort is about to take place like none we have ever seen. 
   
I guess with all the energy to re-elect President Barak Obama, some gateways in another dimension might have been opened up through prayer, hope, fasting, chanting, or whatever other spiritual thing one does when he or she wants to draw near to his or her Creator, ancestors, angels, or something else in order to influence someone or a desired outcome.   Anyway, the slave who appeared in my last vision wanted me to see a vision of love between African descendants.  As soon as I stopped what I was doing, I saw the beautiful lean and trim black men and women with dark hues and black, short hair laughing, smiling and dancing in a circle while encouraging a small child to dance in the middle.  Soon after, the vision vanished and another vision showed up of black men covered up in football attire playing on football fields.  The slave pointed out, as if telepathically, “the farm field slave is now on the sports field.”  It was as if he reaffirmed what I saw some time back.  The position of slave hasn’t changed much, but the main difference, one gets more for his work while the other doesn’t.  The sad part about receiving more is more has suffocated the love, respect, and appreciation for family.  Rather than truly enjoying the company of family and friends, one thinks, “When will this gathering be over, I got somewhere to be…”

Sometimes I think that we all must go back to our roots, a time in our lives where we were sincerely happy without all the stuff.  Once again, another vision to provoke thought, change and move one to slow down a bit, if not for self, then for family. 
 
Maybe we don’t know how far back our bloodlines go, but what we do know is that there are a few family and friends here and there that love us dearly.  Embrace them just a little bit longer the next time you see them, because you never know if that moment with them will be your last.

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