People have changed and corrupted certain ideals and ways as time has passed. But all of I and I started as One, and had One mind. That is why there is so many similarities between different books and ways.
I and I must learn good, wherever it is spoken or shown. And I and I must learn to avoid wickedness, wherever it is. I refer again to these upfull words of Selassie I,
To be neutral is to be impartial, impartial to judge actions and policies objectively, as we see them either contributing to or detracting from the resolution of the world's problems, the preservation of peace and the improvement of the general level of man's living conditions. Thus, we may find ourselves now opposing, now supporting. now voting with, now voting against, first the East, next the West. It is the worth of the policies themselves, and not their source or sponsor, which determines the position of one who is truly neutral.
Addresses The Belgrade Conference
Haile Selassie I