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A Call For Ethnic Americans To Reconnect With Their Ancestors And The God Of Their Ancestors


As an Ethnic American , I am passionate about the importance of reconnecting with our ancestors in a spiritual sense to draw strength and healing to deal with the challenges ahead and face the forces trying to destroy America. We must return to the God of our fathers whom the Siouan peoples called Wankantanka.

This spiritual connection is incredibly powerful and can be used to tap into the strength and resilience of our forebears to help us fight the odds. By connecting with our ancestors, we are able to access a deep well of strength and wisdom that can help us confront the challenges of the modern world. We must remember our cultural heritage, and the spiritual practices of our ancestors, so that we can draw upon their strength and courage in our own lives.

Additionally, reconnecting with our ancestors in a spiritual sense can bring about healing. We must learn from the mistakes of our ancestors and remember their successes, so that we can continue to build upon the foundations they have laid down for us. In doing so, we can create a better future for ourselves and our descendants. It is important to remember that we are all connected, and that we must strive to create a better world for all.

Furthermore, by reconnecting with the God of our fathers, we can draw strength and guidance from a higher power. This power is something that is often overlooked in modern society, but it is essential to our well-being. In times of trouble, it can be a source of comfort, wisdom, and strength.

It is clear that Ethnic Americans must reconnect with their ancestors in a spiritual sense to draw strength and healing to face the challenges ahead and fight the forces trying to destroy America. We must remember the teachings of our ancestors, and the spiritual practices of our forebears, so that we can draw upon their strength and courage in our own lives. By returning to the God of our fathers, we can access a higher power that can provide us with wisdom and guidance in times of trouble. We must remember that we are all connected, and that we must strive to create a better world for all.

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