Who cares whether they had real estate title or not?
Within 5 minutes of us English landing in the New World
the savages were thieving from us, scalping us and killing us
[wee] Spell Syllables
Examples Word Origin
plural pronoun, possessive our or ours, objective us.
1. nominative plural of I.
2. (used to denote oneself and another or others):
We have two children. In this block we all own our own houses.
3. (used to denote people in general):
the marvels of science that we take for granted.
4. (used to indicate a particular profession, nationality, political party, etc., that includes the speaker or writer):
We in the medical profession have moral responsibilities.
5. Also called the royal we. (used by a sovereign, or by other high officials and dignitaries, in place of I in formal speech):
We do not wear this crown without humility.
6. Also called the editorial we. (used by editors, writers, etc., to avoid the too personal or specific I or to represent a collective viewpoint):
As for this column, we will have nothing to do with shady politicians.
7. you (used familiarly, often with mild condescension or sarcasm, as in addressing a child, a patient, etc.):
We know that's naughty, don't we? It's time we took our medicine.
I would love to believe that...if I only could.
We don't, even after we die. We reincarnate until our spirits are strong enough to conquer our minds and ascend into Heaven mind body and spirit.
The thing with testimonies is that they are personal perceptions.
People can convince themselves of just about anything.
Humans ability to 'see' things that doesn't exist is normal, but not factual.