Peace. I can understand where the I is coming from. I Imagine that InI's different backgrounds and studies bring InI to different understandings and applications of the word. I can not imagine observing the Sabbath every week is possible in the babylon system. I&I also agree about putting ones nature into all works and daily life.
"For it is not the hearers of the law who are righteous before God, but the doers of the law who will be justified. For when gentiles, who do not have the law, by nature do what the law requires, they are a law to themselves, even though they do not have the law. They show that the work of the law is written on their hearts, while their conscience bears witness..." Rom.2.13-15
ln His Majesty's autobiography, in his Proclamation (pg. 40) on July 21, 1913, he states "Hiterto work on the Sabbath was forbidden; now you will, in fact, be punished when found working on the Sabbath."
For I, it seems necessary if I am to call myself by his name (Rasta) I should follow His Majesty's teaching and foundation laid down before us. I suppose in my personal trod Iman lean more towards an Orthodox style of worship while still trying to live it in I day to day life. Iman currently in the process of letting go of unclean actions/behaviors in order to purify I temple to be closer to Jah (i.e. fasting, leaving meat, quitting tobacco). and I hope to one day be able to proudly wear the robe (much like the Bobo) as a symbol of a way of life that is both natural and void of sin. Rastafari.
But until I change I lifestyle and maintain I path, I see it necessary for I to reserve the Sabbath for intense study and reflection as to be a symbol to the people later of a better way of living.