Isis I Ras B wheva yuh de ya tan firm n talowa from InI nuh frolic ina Babylon
This thread give I much joke in rememberence.
1/31/2019 3:01:18 AM
This website has opened up my eyes to Rastas at all different stages of their trods thru Babylon. Some of the divisive, racist, negative things written here by people purporting to be RastafarI have really caused me to recoil, but I&i realIze that it is not my place to judge another man or woman as to whether or not they are "True Rastas". I&i understand very clearly from my I own mistakes and misconceptions over the years, that this long trod is a learning experience & a person who gets it wrong isn't some evil being by nature -- just another misguided YouMan. So I&i give thanx for the tolerance & patience brought me by reading here the musings of other Rastas at vastly different stages of their trods to Zion.
In time, all shall be revealed to real-eyes.
AND THE HIGHEST H.I.M.SELF ESTABLISH THE EARTH
Messenger: JAH Child
1/31/2019 7:02:16 AM
That's really true Nesta. Whatever actions of another one might look on with confusion or disdain, we have all probably done before ourselves, at a different point in our trod. If not in this lifetime then maybe in a different one.
"It's never too late to change." A quote I read on a tshirt of a young womban in Addis Ababa.
1/31/2019 7:09:47 AM
I'd like to have that t-shirt, JAH Child. Where i live here in Asia, many (including I) sport t-shirts which simply state: "Never Give Up".