Haile I Selassie I
Regardless of Who a person is in this earth. To I man it leave for that single individual to do good or to do bad.
No one is perfect saith the Most High. I and I can really not stress too much on our daily tribulations and show the world that I and I can do much better as African people in this mystic dispensation.
I and I are choosen for this duty as Black people of the world,not a Continent or a turf, or an islands or a place of interest, like Shashamane.
And we also have to get along with people of all walks of life and build the world to be a better place, even if it have to begin in Ethiopia. That is why I became an EWFInc member to help in this process the Ancestors gave to I and I.
There is good and bad in all corners of this globe. It is up to the individual to choose. How can I hate an Amhara, Tigrina, Oromo, or for that matter anyone if they never did I any wrong in my lifetime??
Let us work together to build a better Africa for Africans at Home and Africans abroad.
I and I can even start here on this site today by initing more and raspecting each other's opinions to share more love. NO SO Ire???
I even come to consider is not everyone have to love the Emperor and that will bother I no more as of these ivers for it only bring more problems to revenge for no cause.
BIGG UPP AS I and I progress here togetherrrrrr.
Haile I Selassie I
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