Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo...
Posted By: rosalind In Response To: Re: Priest Adofo and Disciple... (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
Date: Sunday, 17 June 2007, at 10:19 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Priest Adofo and Disciple... (Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo)
Blessed Love Priest Adofo,
Please do mis-overstand my comments; your rasponse had saddened me. I did not and do not mean to offend the I.
I wombman do not see the I as a "dunce" at all. In fact this board is well balanced by the energy and life experience of the I. InI here on this board have a great deal of raspect for lived experience and for the Rastafari elders rasponsible for the forwarding of InI movement over the decades.
I suggested that the I rise above the exchanging of insults with Disciple because I sight that the I is the older of the two, and capable of being more strategic and mature in forwarding reasonings.
Most of us here have actually defended the Rt. Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey and indeed answered Disciple's question with an Inited NO, that it is NOT fair to say that Garvey was not a strong business man. NOBODY here EVER suggested that Garvey was a "dunce" in ANY SENSE.
I do sight that Disciple asked a QUESTION; he stated: "...plus it seems that Garvey was not that adept at business anyway...is that a fair statement?" The Idren said "it seems" which is true; it does "seem" that way if one is reading the historical accounts of Babywrong (as Selassielive pointed out).
In my opinion there is no need for the I to be so defensive. Your Identity does not rely on ones and ones on this forum. This space is for the sharing of ideas and when ones Ideas do not match your own it is thoroughly up to you to decide what you will accept and what you will not!
Priest Adofo, in my opinion you have a tremendous amount to offer InI based on your experiences as a Priest of the Bobo Shanti and I wombman hope that you Itinue to share with InI.
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