Igher Love Sista
Yes, we have just different views.
Maybe this is because that I am Rastafarian and I follow I God and King.
His Imperial Ijesty teach I to read and study the bible to find the truth, guidance and a connaction to JAH in it.
So it is not important if it is an African Book... Selassie I teachings remain still the same... but I n I know it is an African Book.
Yes it is not an West-African Book, but that is clear.
And you think I n I Israelite Istory isn't proofed? Historians proofed it and still do... but I n I nah need that, cause I n I God and King show I n I it is true!
But you seem to be a person which needs always proofs... Scientists wanted to know if Yeshuah was African, they found a skull from the time and area where Yeshuah lived... they wanted to know if the people there were African... so they made many tests with the newest methods, and they said, this man was African, without any doubt.
Solomon was Black like his Ethiopian Son.
Israel lived fourhundred years long in Africa...
This are facts.
I follow RastafarI, that is what Iman vowed... maybe it isn't black enough for you... or you would prefer something west-african etc...
I follow RastafarI because it is the truth for all men on earth... the only reason why you are here is because you think that all it is about is BLACK... and now when you see that RastafarI isnīt as black as you want it you complain again.
I think RastafaI isnīt the right for you... because you seek something completely different.But why don't people often accept that RastafarI isn't the right for them, and instead try to change Rasta so that it fit on them?
Why is RastafarI interesting to you?
All you see in RastafarI is BLACK, you do not see that it is MUCH MORE... that is why you do not overstand RastafarI... and I think you also never tried it. IMHO
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