now because i disagree you all have all that to say, all kind of name, who is wasting their time, it is all to good, His Imperial Majesty will always have time.
What kind of foolishness is that. That statement shows why I and I are saying it is a waste of time. I and I are not saying that it is a waste of time because you disagree. I and I are saying it is a waste because no matter what I and I say, you will just ignore it and only latch on to small parts that suit your argument and even make it sound like those parts said one thing, when the part actually said something quite different.
How can I and I reason like that, it is only a one way reasoning and the other way professing. I and I respond to you, and you ignore most of our responses and just isolate and hold on to small parts and manipulate those parts to misinform about what it meant when it was originally said.
So if you one more time make the false claim saying that we are acting this way because you disagree, it will just be another example of why I and I are saying this is a waste of time.
And if you one more time go on again with isolating one part and ignoring the rest like you are doing in the quote below, whether you do it to Marcus or any One of I and I. It will again show why I and I are saying this is a waste of time.
where is it telling someone don't cry to the other person he don't care, is the same as saying,
Ark I wrote"Marcus is showing that other people have their own problems to deal with, and are doing what they need to do to survive. And he is showing how the Ones who people usually come and whine to and look for sympathy from, are the Ones Live as they should, bearing their own burdens like a Man should. And not just bearing his burdens, but not feeling sorry for himself, but just smiles and pushes through. Mastering his soul and mind, so he directs himself in an upful manner."
How thick is your skull Ras Power? I don't usually make a statement like that to people, but how many times over and over and over and over again (now and in the past) can a person see such thickness without saying that. I give thanks to Jah RasTafarI that other people can see what I and others said about Marcus words and other things, because I don't like to speak in vanity. And if you were the only one that saw what I and I said in this reasoning and many reasonings in the past, it would have been pure and utter vanity for all of I and I, fruitless vanity. Because you only look at the small parts that can be used in your argument, and ignore everything else.
I hope I don't have to say this again, because it should have already been obvious. That reasoning of mine that you quoted, was not about that one part alone that Marcus spoke about. It was about the whole section of the Reasoning and relates to the whole Reasoning. And also, in the probable case that you didn't deduce this from I those previous two sentences, that one part that Marcus said is not alone, but it is accompanied by many more lines of reasoning in that poem.
Is this the only way you can come to Iverstand something? If you happen to come across it in speeches of His Majesty or the Bible? Or from Babylon propaganda as you often promote? Can you not also learn from other people? Do you not realize that Selassie I spoke of a multitude of things that you will not find in his speeches or autobiography? Do you really think Selassie I's teachings are limited to those books? There is so much to Learn in Life.
In regards to the self-sufficiency Marcus was speaking about and the strength he was teaching so that people would not run to others crying for sympathy. Here are some Reasonings from the Most High Jah RasTafarI Haile Selassie I.
The foreign technicians and specialists are only employed to provide us with temporary assistance and training. It is the duty of everyone to strive for self-sufficiency by acquiring knowledge and experience.
To live always in dependence upon the assistance of others not only prevents a people from attaining its ideal, but also deprives life of its true significance and achievement.
The people themselves must come to realize their own difficulties in the development of their community and try to solve them by collective participation following an order of priority and taking their potentiality into account.
It is well known to you all that recognizing one's problems and striving hard to challenge them is a mark of an attempt at self-sufficiency. Self help in the benefits to be acquired through education, will save the individual from asking someone's assistance.
A special case is the recent development in certain provinces where the people are seen voluntarily raising funds to build schools, clinics, roads and similar other projects.
What can give one more pleasure than to see such a measure of self-help in one's life time, for the prosperity and progress of his own country? Let every citizen of our empire strive hard to strengthen this espirit de corps everywhere.
We have said that whoever doesn't work because he doesn't want to is poor. We have said that wealth has to be gained through hard work. We have said those who don't work starve. And now We add that the capacity to earn depends on the individual: Each individual is responsible for his misfortunes, his fate. It is wrong to expect help to fall from above, as a gift: Wealth has to be deserved. Work is one of the commandments of Our Lord the Creator!
And also, Know thyself
Since man has been endowed by the Almighty with the special quality of judging his own self, let alone passing a judgment on others, at the hour of pronouncing judgment he must imagine... finding himself to be in the position of the man in the dock. If one passes a judgment after search of his conscience and careful reflection picturing his own self in the position of he who stands before him for trial, and if he does it with good conscience in the interest of the efficiency of administration of justice, there is no doubt that he will pass the right judgment.
The Highest of High Jah RasTafarI.
Itinual Praises unto Jah RasTafarI Haile Selassie I Menen I