Greetings and much happiness for your very truthful words. It is of vital importance for us as a race of people to take serious notice, that when it rains, it rains upon each of us who are in the vicinity where ever it rains, the same goes for the Sun shine, and the snow and the cold winds which blows, as well as the hot climates which flows. That is enough proof, that we are all in this struggle together, and regardless where we are presently living, or our social and economic standing, educational and other wise, Religious or ideological circles, we are all African people, and we should now come to the great realization, that we are our brothers and sisters keeper, in Mama Africa, and also in the African Diaspora. It is true that the invaders of Mama africa, have planted seeds of bitterness and as a result, there tactics of divide and rule, have flourished for more than 500 years, but the time has come for us to build our own bridges of unity and trust, and continue to plant seeds of African Solidarity and trust in our African communities, in Mama Africa as well as in the African Diaspora. The great works and struggles of our African ANCESTORS must not be in vain, let us just think about the works of our people like Kwame Nkumah, Patrice Lumumba, Sekou Ture, Kwame Ture, Paul Bogle, Samuel Sharpe, Tacky of TACKY'S REBEL-LION, George William Gordon, QUEEN Niahbighi, Queeen Nanny, Nelson and Winnie Mandela, Steve Biko, Jomo, Kenyatta, Julious Nyrere, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and so many more too numerous to be mentioned on this post. Let us work together to create a united states of African people everywhere. We as Rastafari people must never develop the idea, that we know it all, and that we are greater than others, therefore, we are the teachers, and every one else are the students, we must come to the glorious realization, that we all learn from each other, each of us is both a teacher as well as a student, Iron sharpeneth Iron and minds sharpeneth minds, there is always something which you know which I do not know, and there is always something which I know I that you do not know, it is each one teaches one. This universe is the greatest classroom, and we are all teachers and students at the same time, again we do learn from each other. So, let us now cause the great rivers of humbleness, to flow throughout our African communities, as Rastafari teachers, and let us also prepare to learn from our African brothers and sisters, and let out African brothers and sisters prepareto do the same.
Our following generation, are not in the best pposition today, let us work in united solidarity, to create a great foundation of United African collective leadership, so that they will be in a better position, to pass the baton of the struggles for liberation, from generation to generation. Africa for Africans those at home and those abroad.
Again I send many oceans of African Solidarity to all African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART.
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