The Soul Mates.
“According to the aboriginal American Sioux”, Ras Bingy told Nnanna, “there is a relationship between the tree (personal development) and the hoop (the world or environment around a person)”.
Ras Bingy explained to Nnanna that the world around a person triggers off experiences that could change his mind set, transform him from within, thereby enabling that person to build his character and develop a personality.
He went further to tell Nnanna that miscreants and other compulsive evildoers are under one form of demonic possession or another.
“They are often tensed up with evil intent, they are tormented day and night and they get temporal relief when they act out the evil”.
Nnanna listened with rapt attension. Ras Bingy described evil as the worst self bondage.
“In the end”, Ras Bingy concluded, “a destroyer is always destroyed”.
Nnanna nodded slowly and quoted Christ,
“he who lives by the sword dies by the sword”.
Then Ras Bingy said,
“the only way to ward off such outer chaos is through the attainment of inner peace. Spend time with your self so that you can look inwards for self discovery. Know yourself”.