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Re: Agentle answer quiets anger, but a harsh one

Peace & Love,

I just wanted to add something, it is that JAH is slow to anger but his Son's anger can flare up at any moment, which is a difference in their characteristics. There's still more to wise wrods and sayings than we know because we are people ourselves, we write those things from what we feel or have learnt from our own experiences, we define those proverbs by the Life we have or haven't.

My main point is that just because you get angry quickly it doesn't make you better or lesser than the next person, however it may mean that you have to address certain situations with caution, but overall we were made to be how we are for some reason and it's all to do with our destinies. Psalm 2 says that God's Son is quick to anger that says enough, and then we already know that JAH is slow to anger.

The experience of Life is an excercise of how we should conduct ourselves our personal characteristics, there are many tests to learn from along the way. "What have you learned?" is the question and will probably be the last question before Eternity re-starts. (At the end of Time)


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