Re: The ground we stand on
Posted By: InIdrumma In Response To: The ground we stand on (Eja)
Date: Thursday, 24 August 2006, at 11:59 a.m.
In Response To: The ground we stand on (Eja)
Blessed words bredren, I agree entirely! Iyah must apologize for the misinterpretation of your original post.
Iyah sometimes feel that in conversations about how we are not in our natural lands, that the land itself and its rich histories are in some way disrespected. I just did not want to see that here. I understand now.
Also as a relatively new member of this board, Iman sometimes feel the need to infuse positivity ina the conversation. Of course much respect to all the scholars and poets dwelling hear, but in I sight the positive vibration is essential to personal, community, and widespread revelation. And although we are seeking, trying to find a way to chant down babylon, it is important for the Idren to remember....it is not the rasta who are creating hell on earth. Iman believe that indeed we have work to do, but we can rejoice in the walking meditation of the eternal. And although the mystery babylon will TRY and imprison InI, Jah (who also works mysteriosly) will provide us an escape at all times- it is the rythem of love and knowledge! Indeed it is held in no drum, but in th bhingi chant of your heart...ppa ppa.....ppa ppa....ppa ppa...
And never in this Iration is the heart beat not beating
In this way InI must believe in the positive vibe of original creation, Jah has structure InI highly-- give thanks as the action of spreading love. We will leave the cynical thoughts to tie up the minds of babylon......
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