So, um, I was spurred into panicked action last night when I notice one of the Mandalorian-related Facebook groups started posting Mando'a language lessons. I feel like we were missing an opportunity to reach a wider audience here at Mando'a.org. Honestly, my first thought was, "Hey! That should be us! That is who we are and what WE do!"
So, I am sorry, Adi'karta, for not connecting with you first, but I created a Mando'a.org community page on Facebook.
I hope you will forgive me for rushing ahead like that. I just wanted us to have a presence where we can get the word out about what we do here. It is such a great thing you do for us here, Adi'karta ner vod, that I didn't want to see anyone else take our spot as the biggest Mando'a fans out there. And, I know you talked about want to become something more, about a resource for everyone and everything culturally Mando. So, I just really hope this is a step in that direction.
I would like to see on our Facebook page little daily lessons, chats in Mando'a, Mando'a quotes, and other fun, interesting pieces of information on Mando culture. And, of course, I hope we can bring many more people HERE, so that our own little aliit grows in numbers and strength, and thus as we grow so, too, does Mando'a and Mando'a usage.
So, I hope you are OK with this new direction and won't be too mad at me. Oya Manda! Vode an darasuum!https://www.facebook.com/mandoa.org
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