I am in the library 5 days a week empress. I love studying history, and ancient history to be exact. I am like a guru at this stuff.
But like ya said empress, it is when InI step away from the vows, that InI are out of protection. Once the I takes a vow, it is to be honored.
It is amazing what you just said about Sansom, how he walked away from his vows, and had his hair cut.
I too took a vow for life not to cut I locs, and to marry one of I own from Israel. Remember Sansom's parents telling him this. Why could he not seek a dawta from the house of Israel?
I know what it is like to be afflicted when vows are broken. Now I locs are growing bushier and thicker than ever. I feel the power of Jah in I hair, and I am fit to a tee, much better than when I tried to reject I vows.
I tried to use the tired excuse, that I needed to break the vows to servive and find a high paying job. Jah wanted no parts of it, and I fell miserably!
Now that I have locked I hair, and obey the teachings and commandments of Jah, I have endless joy, and success in I profession.
Now I have the wealth of Solomon
The strenth of Sansom
And the heart of David.
well atleast I feel like I do lol
Jah Rastafari Empress Menen Bless the I
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