Greetings in the I-vine name of H.I.M.Emperor Haile Selassie-I Jah Rastafari.
Blessed love empress, Ini was very impress with the manner in which you conducted yourself, it displayed total humbleness and patience that can only be acquired through constant ises to the king.
InI have had similar experiences on my job, i am a service technician and i repair computers, copiers and all major office equipments, whenever i would visit a client office, before the receptionist would hear me out the first thing from her lips would be, the messengers entrance is at the back of the building, I am always properly attired, wearing a shirt and tie with slacks but yet still all society see is a delivery boy.
If this incident only happened once then i definitely would not have taken notice, but to constantly go through the same situation at least twice a week, is a bit too obvious.I should not have to apologise for who i am and for my faith and beliefs,at first i started blaming myself, saying maybe it's the way i present myself, but it doesn't matter how i dress, all that matters is that i have a beard and my hair is in locks.
Empress i would like to give much thanks for your post and i am extremely greatful for sistrens like yourself for showing that the road to zion is hard and rough, but with faith and works the little distractions that are placed before InI in babylon does nothing but make us all aware that Ini must never stop giving Ises to the King.
As a rastafarian it is automatic that you go through those kind of situations, but as a father it troubles me to know that my daughter have to endure the same treatment that our ancestors did, just because of the color of her skin or her beliefs.
give much thanks for listening, your experience just made me stronger, knowing that i am not alone, for and on behalf of the council of elders, InI say one perfect love.
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