I Have Killed Many Insects In My Live Time.
Posted By: Ras Marcus In Response To: Re: Each Of Us Learn From Trials and Tribulations (Ras Howard Henry)
Date: Saturday, 10 September 2011, at 5:04 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Each Of Us Learn From Trials and Tribulations (Ras Howard Henry)
I have killed many insects in my life time, because they have bitten me or have bitten small children, they even have a thing called mosquito destroyer, which is an incense which you light to run them away, but even if you have on clothes, they will still bite you in your face or on your hands and neck, it is not easy to escape from them, since they also fly into your house, and bite you when you are sleeping, so, there is really no escape.
But the piont which I was trying to make, is that if you grow up in a house where your family practice plumming as their regular work, it is likely that you would know more about the pipes and plumming parts and tools, than a person where they all make furnitures, so, you would know about plumming and that other person would know about making of furniture, because each of you was exposed to two different craft or trades if you prefer. So, we are quite different in character as well as attitudes and also experience. When I was a small boy, I and my friends would kill frogs, small lizards and things like scorpions, because we considered them dangerous. But I cannot now say, that those creatures which I and my friends have killed, was also killed by you, because I am in you and you are in me, I would telling lies on you, because apart from reasoning with the I by post, we have never met face to face. This is plain talk, I hope you can drink it up mentally and digest it. Take the best care of yourself and your people.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLAXCK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE.
Baba Ras Marcus.
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