Thank you for your post
Posted By: makini In Response To: Re: Why so obsessed about Ras Marcus? (RASTA QUEEN)
Date: Sunday, 4 September 2011, at 9:13 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Why so obsessed about Ras Marcus? (RASTA QUEEN)
Dear Rasta Queen,
Thank you for your post. I do not think there are any bones, with reference to where you said, you have learnt how to eat the meat and leave the bones behind. Or maybe if I can stretch your analogy, one man's bones is anothers resource (jewelry, weaponry, tool, sowing needle, religious item etc).
I can find many words to describe your personality and the way you have conducted this thread, but if I call you any one of such words, I can find some example where I myself also personify them. You have asked your question from your experiences and your research and the guidance given to you, and that is the best way for you to proceed to quench your need to resolve this trivia.
All I wish to add is that this post is a reminder to me that while one should always seek to learn new things, what one does with that knowledge can either be destructive and can potentially descend into confusion or uplifiting and contribute to one's and other's development. I've certainly learnt a few things from this thread, so that is good for me and I appreciate the little truth in every thread posted by everyone so far and really most importantly (and sincerely so) all of your threads.
I wish you well on your quest to answer this question.
Always in respect, M
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