Greetings Ras Mandingo
The I must overstand certain things first an foremost, alright. The ONLY one that can answer those questions the I ask is Bob himself and him no longer with I & I to provide the I with the answers, seen. Next, as I have pointed in before, overstanding and Awareness are not an easy coming thing... to anyone. Not even Bob Marley, a man on whom many place too much burden!
Many Truths and much Wisdom came to the man in him lifetime, but often IanI find that IanI must re-search certain things for our own selves in order to get the Fullness of the Teachment. And Rastafari know that no One has the right to place judgement upon another other than the Almighty Himself, for is only HIM that know the Heart of the Reason. Seen.
And sometimes the stress and strain of all the factions and con-fusions can lead IanI astray, whether it be temporarily or unto destruction. For not all get the Fullness of all things right away! Many wish to look upon others and do as them do thinking this will bring them to Higher Heights of Awareness and hoping to avoid the experiences that be needed to bring about Fullness. However, Rastafari na follow but lead with the Hand and the Eye and the Ear of the Almighty Himself as Right-Full Guide and Protector. But the Fathers road is ROUGH! IanI must be strong and keep to the Livity that Rastafari Know.
The suggestion I have is to finish with the viewing of others and begin upon the viewing of youself. All the rest is a waste of precious time. Learn from you own experience! The experience of others can never be you own and can only be of some meager guideing direction, then... Live LIFE. For Life a the Greatest Gift!
Give Thanks and praises unto the Most High!
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