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Journey to Rasta
Posted: Monday, June 16, 2003

by WarriorPrincess

A deep reflection of the Soul this day and life is good, sweet, and profound in its Divine mystery. The veil lifts sleeping eyes to reveal her sacred treasure to one's who seek in honesty and truth... sincerely, clearly, to know the essence and meaning of life. For this is a keyhole that unlocks a door that stands at the precipice of ourselves; an offering of a way to walk through, and stand firm, in the knowledge of who we are within our collective Universal Divinity.

Just what each of our journeys reveals and contributes is essential within building the greater foundation of the Whole...created part and particle we each bring completion to it from the very essence and nature of our beautiful unique Selves.

Each of our experiences lend insight, perspective, and value into helping us put all these things into some proper form of perspective...our race, our culture, our gender, our essence, all play pivotal roles in determining there value...yes value.. for who we are, and where we come from, has great meaning, purpose, and value to serve something higher and greater than ourselves...yet we must first come with ourselves...from ourselves, through ourselves, respecting ourselves.. to see our True Essential Self, and united as a Whole

A journey into Rastafari has opened a powerful door to give many this profound Spiritual insight.. allowing all to come with who they are... as they are.. where they are...and Reason. .and Reason High about all issues under the sun.. listening.. learning.. growing from all shared experiences.. Pruning.. shaking the very false foundations from which we walk under, to over, and stand deeper in the awareness from all our uniquely different and diverse perspectives/paths .. Holy children of the Most High… let us not fear to hold ourselves up High to the Light and see who we truly are.

This is my journey into Rasta...a journey into the Self...a journey that exposes my truth...a journey that waters my Spiritual Root...a journey that helps me to overstand my culture and the impact of how it relates to all other cultures.a journey as to how I can be more effective in the fullness of my feminine woman...valuable with who I am created to be in all of this, THIS DAY because thy Father's Hand doth create I to stand firm in the fullness OF Him...reflect Him. Lover and giver of Him… through Him. Rastafari is the process to revealing His Truth in ALL things Created both under and over the magnificence of the sun!

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