It has been said that one generation goeth and another cometh, butvtheearth and the creator abideth forever, and this has been going on for a very long time, for ages upon ages. Animals have been feeding on other animals for ages upon ages, insects have been feeding on other insects for a very long time, and the same go for fishes and verious other creatures. Whoever the creator may be, he must see and know about these situations, but he or she allows it to go on, and continues throughout the ages. I am begining to assume, that this is how the creator wants things to be, so that one generation can go away and another come into existance. I will not pretend that I know these things, and that is why I intend to pose my questions, just in case I am able to meet his Majesty, just to see if he would be able to make things much clearer for me. Sometimes there are great earth quakes and Hurricanes and other natural disasters, which also kills hundreds and sometimes thousands of people, is that another way of moving out one generation, and bringing in another by reproductive multiplication, of human beings as well as animals?
What do you think?
Thev journey of life continues. Take the best care of yourself 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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