FULFILLING THE CREED

D.A.R.C.

Since 12.12.12

Melkam Addis Amet

2013!

 From DARC Foundation

Enkutatash is the Ethiopian name for New Years, which means “gift of jewels” in the Amharic language. Tracing the origins of the Enkutatash tradition, historians site it, as spiritual by observing the Queen Makeda of Sheba return trod from her visit to the fabled King Solomon, the elders (the chides) of the tribes as a welcome gesture offered her Jewels known as “enku”. Hence ‘”Enkutatash” translates to the “Gift of Jewels” and has been celebrated henceforth in the season of spring. Meskerem hence is the month, which sees the transition period of the transformation from the old to the new and hence is the month that nestles within it the hopes for a brighter and better future.

Once again DARC extends to all Melkam Addis Amet in Spirit, Mind and Physique. Let Faith be your Shield, Truth be your Sword and Arm yourself with Love. With Faith, Truth and Love, 2013 will be your best year yet!.

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Diaspora of African Rastafari Congress (DARC) Foundation invites you to commemorate Martyrs Day, a tribute to our ancestors on February 19th 20/20 at 5 p.m. at Iyahbinghi Learning Center, Great Pond, St. Ann, Jamaica at 5 p.m.   A press conference is scheduled for Tuesday February 18th at the JAMPRO building, 18 Trafalgar Road, Kingston 10 at 6 p.m.  There will be a 21 drum salute special performances and Nyahbinghi Groundation to introduce the EWF, Inc Coronation Day Proposition Edict. 

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honorable conduct

1: TRUTH

Knowing the truth of self, society, and the world.

2: JUSTICE

 Giving and doing that which is right, proper, and correct.

3: PROPRIETY

 To give courtesy and respect to all.

4: HARMONY

Living with a conscious empathy that we all, the creator, humans, and nature are one.

5: BALANCE

Walking the middle path, the balancing of heart and mind.

6: RECIPROCITY

Knowing that all actions provoke a reaction; doing positive to receive positivity.

7: ORDER

Creating structured systems, with selfless service that maintain harmony with nature, promoting and protecting nature and humanity.

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