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Know your own history and Make your family tree

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At some point in your life, it’s a good idea to start asking questions about your family history. You should know where they’re from and go back as many generations as possible. It isn’t necessarily a process that will yield instant results, but it’s one that could be exciting and rewarding. Learning about your ancestors could take time, patience, and careful planning. Get yourself ready, start researching your ancestors and create a family tree frame it on your house wall. Also, encourage others to take this Sankalp.
What will happen?
  • It brings you closer to your family
  • It boosts emotional health
  • It increases compassion
  • It empowers decisions about your health
  • It provides a deeper understanding of culture and traditions
  • It can be passed down to future generations

It is important to learn history, for to paraphrase the famous saying, if we do not know history, we will repeat its mistakes.  If we want to know who we should vote for we need to understand our history and how we got here.  But history is not only a story of a country of a group but it is also your story.  You can learn about your own history.  By learning your own history you may better identify with national history.

Every person is unique in their own way. A range of things make you unique and some include your culture, characteristics, and also where you’re from. For this reason, at some point in your life, it’s a good idea to start asking questions about your family history. You should know where they’re from and go back as many generations as possible. It isn’t necessarily a process that will yield instant results, but it’s one that could be exciting and rewarding. Learning about your ancestors could take time, patience, and careful planning.

Get yourself ready, start researching your ancestors and create a family tree frame it on your house wall. Also, encourage others to take this Sankalp.

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by: iambrahma