Greetings Ras Bakul, Thanks for the I views.
In the cas of the Ethiopian Elder, was the problem "each one teach one" or was it egocentric ideas and inflexibility? Why did he need to believe Selassie is God to teach the I's Ethiopian language? Wasn't his experience interesting enough as he worked with HIM personally?
When I say Each one teach one, I mean not excluding peole's experiences and never think they have nothing to teach us. There's always something to learn and we should use the opportunities that come to us.
Anyway, this are my views and my ways. Don't think I'm trying to convince the I.
GIVE THANKS FOR THE REASONING! Ras Mandingo, Brasil.
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