A Rastafarian Journey
To most people, Rastafarianism means not much more than dreadlocks and marijuana. But here is a man who experienced the true picture. A very successful businessman in his native Jamaica, the author joined the Rastafarians, left them and joined again, finally to emerge a sadder and poorer man. He gives an hones picture, relating in depth his life within the Twelve Tribes of Israel, spurning economic and social advancement to become a member of the brethren. Against the losses, he tells us he profited from the experience too. It is a book that no one interested in the world's religions should miss.
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