In this great journey of life, none of us can tell what the next day will bring forth, we must therefore, learn to expect the unexpected, because each day has its own task and responsiblities. One thing each of us should alwayus do, is to connect our self with that great internal spirit of goodness, as we live from day to day, regardless where we may be on a aiven day.
We enter into this world as little baby boys and girls, but none of us really know, where the great journey of livec will take us. It is practical knowledgec that each of us have our entrance in this world as well as our exit, but I find it very difficult to find a Rastafari person, who is willing to reason openly about the exit from this journey. I consider Rastafari People as African patriots, and therefore, when they pass away, some kind of respectful memorial, should be paid to them in a Rastafari people's Assemble. There should be some kind of historic talk about their liberation work, which they did while they were alive, and then their remains can be buried or cremated with dignity. I try to open up this kind of reasoning, but I am just talking to myself, Rastafari people or acting as if they cannot handle it. Your honest opinion on this matter will be of interest to me. The journey of life continues. Take the best care of youraself and your 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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