Rastafari, a way of life
Posted: Wednesday, February 26, 2003
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I wonder how many people have spent time meditating (providing they know how to do that) while observing all aspects of nature to understand the fullness of life.
Nature is the book of life and it provides very observable laws that allow one to realize the harmony within all aspects of life.
In my opinion if one does not realize these empirical laws then they have not really grown a "Ras" in the truest sense and as such they are out of touch with nature's wisdoms.
For in nature all the truths of life can be realized and these truths are the wisdoms that enable one to understand and achieve anything they desire.
These are the most ancient realizations upon which the word "Ras" was coined.
I understand the evolution of the word "Ras" from one's personal brain growth for realizing the wisdom of life, to the symbolic head of a nation.
Today anyone is free to claim anything so anyone can say he or she is a Rasta but when they open their mouth or their works are observed, they are not wise, but simply children searching for recognition.
In reality few people are Rastas but many hope to be.
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