Each year we begin anew with lofty resolutions, determined to shed the past, shed the weight, start saving, searching for a new job, setting educational goals, and so on. But before we get to that we should take a moment, perhaps more often than not, to honor those who came before us.
During Kwanzaa we are allowed an opportunity to not only remember our ancestors by offering libations, but we are able to do this collectively. We share the memories which are sometimes triumphant, sometimes painful, with a group of like minds and spirits. We encourage you to pour libations as often as possible, perhaps in your daily prayers, meditations or other rituals. If you feel so inclined use the comment box below to share the name of that wonderful person or persons who have transitioned. Together, we can invoke these spirits, ask for guidance, and perhaps NOW you may be empowered to set resolutions for your new year. - Ase'
MAAT Study Group
2pm-4pm at 966 E.105th Street. Cleveland, OH
Saturdays at 10:30am
11535 Shaker Blvd
Cleveland, OH 44104
Saturdays at 11:00am
MLK, Jr Library
1962 Stokes Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
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New Era Cleveland
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