Everyone: individually and culturally should treat one another with LOVE and respect - whether that is RASpect or REspect it's still the same.
I don't care what your hair looks like (yet I understand it's divine importance to many) and I don't care what is your dress. If you ate perfect Ital from the start to the very end of your life, that still don't change the fact that you just might very well be a viper.
There are alot of afrikan rastas doing alot of unafrican things, if you wanna tek it there then were gonna tek it dere. And these TINGS dey doen are very anti-ROOTIKAL and very de-rastafying if you wanna hit the depths. But, yet held as high esteemed leaders of the movement. Some are VERY politikal and achieving great things in doing so actually ----- I could go on explaining until I'm blue in the face. Have you ever heard of a Rasta Smurf?
There are afrikans and then there are afrikan rastas ---- the 2 are separate ---- and sometimes together. If then their are cultural afrikan rastas but not righteous african rastas. But the greatest thing is to run across a RARE RIGHTEOUS CULTURAL AFRIKAN/WHATEVERICAN RASTA.
If you were the leader of this movement and mystic and if you were what Rasta stood for, I wouldn't defend my ground in being one, I'd be running as fast and as far away as I possibly could FROM IT.
Regardless of woodCROCK, I would LOVE to hear Jimmy Hendrix reason. Wouldn't that be sweet?
OH-K, let's end this where started:
I don't care the venom yow spit at me... because it's only yow who's gonna swallow it
LOVING the best I can in these shituations and stages, Heather
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