STRONG

I call on all people to be strong, to walk tall with their backs straight and there chins up. To live with integrity, and to teach others the ways of integrity… You are I, you are Ajah, one who is regarded as having great knowledge and wisdom, and who uses it to guide others (Priest, Teacher, Guru, Ras).

“To bring back the natural harmony that humans once enjoyed.
To save the planet from present practices of destruction.
To find and re-employ real truth.
To promote true balance between both genders.
To share and be less materialistic.
To become rid of prejudice.
To learn to be related.

To be kind to animals and take no more than we need.
To play with one’s children and love each equally and fairly.
To be brave and courageous, enough so,
to take a stand and make a commitment.
To understand what Generations Unborn really means.
To accept the Great Mystery
in order to end foolish argument over religion.”

– True Pathwalkers

Ajah is in all places at all times,& in its purest form this principle manifests on earth as a divine incarnation, a person with supreme knowledge about God and all creation. The Mystic is the knower of God, a saint which can see God at any time he so desires. I & I are all divine incarnations if we can just remember, I is Ajah with a mind& body, deities who roam the the earth.

I & I, verily all who have learned the essential unity of life & death, have done so out of the supreme self’s desire to awaken all facets of ones self… we live so long in the illusion we forget whats real and whats not, and we fall to sleep…

But ‘I’ is strong we will not fall into the sleep of localized existance, we shall forever remember the truth that is One…

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I & I will carry through

One of the most distinctive (in my mind anyway) Rasta lingo is the substitution”I-and-I” for other pronouns, usually the first person. “I”, as used in the examples above, refers to Jah; therefore, “I-and-I” in the first person includes the presence of the divine within the individual.

As “I-and-I” can also refer to “us,” “them,” or even “you,” it is used as a practical linguistic rejection of the separation of the individual from the community, and God its self.

The term is often used in place of “you and I” or “we” among Rastafari, implying that both persons are united under the love of Jah.

I and I is a complex term, referring to the oneness of God and every human.

I and I is an expression of total oneness, the oneness of two persons. So God is within all of us and we’re all one people. The bond of brotherhood is the bond of God, of man. But man itself needs a head and the head of man is the Supreme self Jah.

I and I is the best way to describe this essential truth, I & I means to me, the ego-self and the god-self. I & I , the brain and the soul…

In Ajah I will often refer to I&I when im speaking to show the self in the Brain & the soul, or of the mind and the divine within.

this is a concept to think on