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JUST BROWSING THE INTERNET AND
FOUND A FEW  TERRIFIC QUOTES

“When we illuminate the road back to our ancestors, they have a way of reaching out, of manifesting themselves…sometimes even physically.” ~ Raquel Cepeda

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“To forget one’s ancestors is to be a brook without a source, a tree without a root.” ~ Chinese Proverb

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“There is beauty in our roots. Sometimes we think our roots are shameful, and people tell you that you’re no good or your ancestors are no good or that you come from a neighborhood of no hope and terrible crime. But it’s about the beauty of those places, and I carry that with me.” ~ Luis Alberto Urrea

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“Our ancestors are totally essential to our every waking moment, although most of us don’t even have the faintest idea about their lives, their trials, their hardships or challenges.” ~ Annie Lennox

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“From our ancestors come our names, but from our virtues come our honors.”
~ Latin Proverb

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