Re: Rastafari People Think That Everything Is In Z
Posted By: ras marcus In Response To: Re: Rastafari People Think That Everything Is In Z *LINK* (Pianke Nubiyang)
Date: Sunday, 15 January 2006, at 7:12 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Rastafari People Think That Everything Is In Z *LINK* (Pianke Nubiyang)
Your are so right to talk about the reformation, which is so long needed in the Rastafari movement, and all African black liberation movements as weel. We should all be concerned about the present living conditions of African people everywhere, and spend the rest of our lives, working to change that degrading condition, under which are now living. We have just get caught up too much in the religious promises, which are promise to be given in the great beyond, which is really the imagination of the future. We just should not put religious and political promises, ahead of the practical needs of African people, we must let the needs of African people, be first and foremost.
Singing, praying and dancing, are parts of all human activities, but I do think that the hungry should first be fed, the sick be nourished, the aged be protected, the naked clothed, the infants be cared for, and the homeless be sheltered, then we can sing and dance and give thanks, that our people are well cared for. We must work hard and seriously, to remove social deprivation from among African people, then we can spend our time, giving thanks to the creator, for his loving kindness, for giving us the courage and abilities, to make life better for our people.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE
Baba Ras Marcus
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