Blessed Love One and all...
To Ras KebreAb:
Responding to the question regarding what any of InI thought on the process of inauguration, I have a thought on his stumbling during the swearing in.
I actually found this highly profound. Did thee I see that part.
He said his name following the oath bearer... then he said he swore to execute... then paused... well, in fact he just stopped there and had to be prompted to start again. I know it is plain that his nerves had the better of him (bless him, what a dispensation to be called to in human flesh, regardless of the politics). However, InI know there are no coincidences. Why did his reflex cause him to stop at this point. Why did he not stammer at the next word? He was supposed to say, 'to execute faithfully the office of president... blah blah'. But he just first says, to execute. Then he said, to execute the office of president, faithfully.
Now we know the freemason them and their majick... and as it happens, he had to reswear the oath to a small official audience at the oval office... so clearly according to their procedure, the order of wordsound is important. So, what does it mean that from his mouth his first utterance, that is his own casting of spells swore that he would execute. Then he swore that he would execute the office of president faithfully, rather than faithfully execute the office of president.
According to dictionary.com, as well as the term 'execute' being defined in the obvious ways, such as to carry out, accomplish, perform, as well as to put to death. The verb used without an object (which is the way Obama used it in his stumble) is specifically defined as to accomplish something as an assigned task.
Assigned task is the operative word. Assigned by whom... well, I would put forward that perhaps it is that assigned by the same One who architectured nervous stumbles and slips of tongues.
Okay, so what am I saying... thee I them know what my priyers and blessings are for Obama.
I don't know if anyone has read his first authored autobiography called Dreams from my Father. It is well worth the read, particularly in light of current events. It was critiqued on a 'culture' show the other day, and one of the critics on the show was criticising the part of the book (towards the end) where he goes to great lengths to illustrate his paternal history and genealogy, and he goes into detail about his journey to Kenya to visit his paternal dynasty. I was outraged with the critic, but most of these people are baseless. This was the part of the book I found most intriguing. There was some other guest minister on the show who was obsessed with his mixed race inheritance, and was insisting on projecting her own shaky feelings of inadequacy onto Obama somehow, which I was just like 'oh, get over it'. Anyway... my point about the book is that, during his lengthy oration of his experience in Kenya, he shares a set of dreams he was receiving with the reader (I think this was the dreams from my father bit)... and I'm just hoping that when InI am chanting for the ancient man to rise... I am smiling to think that the ancient man jumped up unexpectedly at the inauguration and grabbed away the rest of the oath...
He swore to execute. I hope it is the plan of his Higher I. Selassie I first!!!!! :)