I Iverstand what the I is saying. What I sight sounds similar.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with Jah, and the Word is Jah.
Jah spoke the Word, which is Jah Spirit, and Jah Spirit manifest into the heavens, earth, and everything that exists. So in the beginning, everything Jah created was One with Jah. Jah has no limits or impossibility, so I and I can't place the limits of our mind or the categories or definitions that we define on Jah. How can we say that this must be so because that is so when we are talking about Jah. No logical conclusions that we come up with can prove anything about Jah. Jah controls all logic and can change Creation into any form Jah chooses, changing the logic of all things, some things or only one thing.
The flesh exists and is no illusion. Like you said,
What we call flesh is just the manifestation of spirit, and we use the words flesh and matter to explain things that the spirit manifest.
One of the things that the Spirit manifests is Flesh, another thing that the Spirit manifests is matter. There are so many things that come forth from the Spirit. Flesh does exist, that is why we have a name for it. It is true that the flesh is One with the Spirit, but it still exists, because everything that comes forth from the Spirit exists.
I have never seen Selassie I as anyOne other than the fullness of Jah. The Oneness of Selassie I with Jah makes HIM the fullness of Jah. EveryOne and anything that comes together as One with Jah is the fullness of Jah, because Jah has no separation. Like I reasoned about the Ocean before, no matter which country you are in when you look at the Ocean, you are seeing One Ocean.
So I and I know that All of Creation is One with Jah. When I and I say that Selassie I is Jah, I and I don't need to also say that this or that is also Jah, because that kind of thought is division, not Oneness. If another person sees my face, they could say that they see Ark I's face, but they could also say that they see Ark I, because when they see I face, they see I. So when I see Selassie I, I see Jah.
Why can't Jah not suffer an injury to the knee of the body that Jah manifest as One in the Earth? Why can't Jah say something to people and that don't listen to what Jah says? Doesn't that happen every day with the choices people make? Jah's plan for I and I is that I and I live as Jah, so those that live the ways of Jah will Itinue in Jah plan. Jah has choice so Jah created us with choice. Jah has shown us what is righteousness and what is wickedness and created I and I to be in a place where wickedness can sometimes make a person prosper temporarily. But Jah has shown I and I to not walk in those ways even though they can make us prosper. Jah has shown I and I a way that can sometimes be harder to Live, but if we can't Live that way in the most wicked surroundings, we are nothing like Jah.
Jah will never be tempted of anything. Jah knows what wickedness is, because Jah gave us that possibility. But Jah will never be tempted of wickedness, but will always perform righteousness. Somebody might ask, "how is it possible that Jah can give us the option of wickedness when no wickedness can come out of Jah?"
The error in this thinking is that they don't Iverstand why Jah doesn't perform wickedness. It is not because Jah can't do something wicked, it is because Jah won't do something wicked. Nothing is impossible for Jah, but Jah won't do everything possible, that is Jah way and example.
Haile Selassie I