The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it.” ~ Chinese Proverb
Hands-down the biggest surprise for me since forming AAGSAR in August has been the negativity flung my way via both new and familiar sources. I often have need to challenge myself to be steadfast in my purpose. Sandra’s wisdom arrived just in time, reminding me of where my accountability rests. Good People – Respect the work. Respect the purpose. Respect our Ancestors. #GOHARDorGOHOME ~ Luckie
- Genealogy Blogger & Site: Sandra WILLIAMS BUSH of Ancestral Callings
- Post Praise: Goin’ hard — thanks to Luckie
- Why I ♥ it: because it speaks to the core purpose of why AAGSAR was formed. This isn’t about glorification, bullying or setting ourselves above anyone else. We are fighting for the voice of our Ancestors and the empowered knowledge of their descendants. This is SERIOUS WORK! Thanks Sandra for bringing knowledge, wisdom and understanding to our Community.
Never thought I’d be a blogger but thankfully my ancestors got together with the ancestors of Luckie Daniels and they all guided me to the Facebook group African American Genealogy & Slave Ancestry Research. There I virtually met a seriously dedicated group of genealogy researchers. But above all I encountered Luckie, the Principal, who held all in the group to a higher standard. We may have done research on our families with piles of books, papers, & stories to prove it, but what […]