Greetings Adam Simeon and Thanks for your vibes!
Still, I reason, who am I to judge if someone is gay or not? It'ss his/her life, not mine, so I can't decide for him/her. Doesn't matter if this gay is rasta or not, is human and has the right to live. I'm married, have a daughter and I'm not gay, but that's me.
Anyway, this is how I feel; I don't have the right to judge, and i'm not interested in that. I have a life to live, you know! So, other people's life must be their business. How can I expect to be respected when I disrespect other people's right to be what they feel they are?
I smoke Gunja everyday ritually, a lot of people would say this is wrong, but they don't know my life and the results I get. If I try to convince people, is even worse. But if I act natural, things are different.
Gandi said that the principle of non-violent strategies are based in turning enemies in friends!
Give thanks for the reasoning!
Ras Mandingo, Brasil.
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