What does that really means?
INI see everywhere people claiming for having the truth anad the right way. Is there a right way? If so, is it the same one for all? Every person has a different right way, that's what I'm learning, and as long as they respect other people's way, who I'm I to judge.
We have to respect other people's way, respect differences, and respect the different destinies each one chooses.
For INI Rasta must mean inclusion of everyone, because INI strong believe enemies can turn into friends, as friends can turrn into enemies. That depends on the way I relate.
When I exclude, I want to find security in my ways and thoughts. Excluding some, and identifying with others I feel secure having identification with a group of people, and by judging different ways, I feel even more security.
Is Rasta inclusion or exclusion, that's my question? When we denny something, in reality whe are having a partial view of reality, because nature doesn't exclude anything, as we can see when plants grow on trash. That's a beatiful lesson from Mother Earth! Everything is part of reality and we can't denny anything. We have to understand the meaning and function of things, because everything has utility when we know how to use!
GIVE THANKS FOR THE REASONING INNA THE BOARD !
RAS MANDINGO, BRASIL.
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