Re: Who feels it knows it
Posted By: rob_afreeka In Response To: Who feels it knows it (selassielive)
Date: Friday, 21 October 2005, at 5:41 a.m.
In Response To: Who feels it knows it (selassielive)
"Who feels it knows it,"
what do you over this is referred to :
or?....you a go explain this, is better ...
Selassielive , if i can , you continue sometimes to make the same question , but do you get an answer from yourself ?
you ask how and why a white can feel it , and then accept the role of him in rastafari ....
you seh he is incapable of "feelin" anything you seh ( which i do NOT agree with ) , which are the FUNDAMENTAL priorities to be rasta in your opinion i guess , while i felt and sense that you lastly have reasoned with some and come to some points of agreement with some concepts ....
or was all a mix mix up ?
if RasTafari live , and you come to the conclusion that many rasta people see Selassie is the ALLMighty , maybe not for you , but then when you think you agree that this is more a concept than a color of skin , you come back with this white talk can't feel , dem nah know so how ?? rasta ....
is it that you change idea very quickly or there is something like a game going on ?
no disrespect intended , i come as you , just to speak my own mind here , until i will be able to do so .
do you love to live with~in contradictions ?
cause i just don't get where you comin from ,
Selassie Live or not ?
rastafari is a concept of the heart or a matter of skin tone ? ( i don't want to look as if the liberation of africa comes first and is not important , get this straight )
if you know , why go ask and start again this black & white while we seem we were quite out of divisive strategies ??? or at least to a conclusion .....
but seems like was all a good talk without will to walk ,
in truth , and in respect , again ,
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