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Re: What is a real Rasta?

yow is a word,everyone does not take words the same,to you it might sound disrespectful because you are judging the word from your mirror,eg.a man word out some fiyah two man bawl out sey too much fiyah three more bawl out sey more fiyah,so it is a heights ting so people fi start elevate in everyting,if you use the word yow,what is your message?I went to london and sey yow to a dawta she look round and smile,mi sey why is dat,she sey it sound cute,so wha man a rail up fah woman a smile and what coulda prettier than that,to see a word mek she smile away babby-wrong stress,just like I tell the board sey SELASSIE 1ST is not god,most rasta today even I before I sight up,teach that their is one god,true words,but who is that god,nobody but the god of rome.Now for the word groom I don't know what you tek it for but to I,I am from the ganster rasta school where groomimg means taking care,showing care to the sistrens wordical or even physical,and what if your mirror physical means batta,bruise well the reflection is on you.more fiyah..well you done know sey fiyah chief dey pon fiyah mission and it just caan out till JAH delete it. RASHOWARD FIYAH CHIEF

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Re: What is a real Rasta?

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