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Obì thrown for Ọ̀sẹ̀ Ifá

Looking at the image of the Obì thrown for Ọ̀sẹ̀ Ifá today, it was coincidental that someone sent a post to me on ANGER which reflects the message from Ifá on Ogbè Yọ́nú. The post :-


?You cannot see your reflection in boiling water.

?Similarly, you cannot see the truth in a state of anger.

?When the waters calm, clarity comes.”

?A calm mind is essential to making decisions you will not regret.

?A mind that’s calm in any and all situations can process, analyze, and act more rational than a “boiling” mind.

?Learn to control your emotions when they arise, understand them, and move on.

Don’t give in to impulses.

?98% of everything you do out of anger you will regret later on.

?This is the truth about meditation:

When turbulence is extinguished, insight comes with clarity.

?Always make big or meaningful decisions when your mind is at peace.

?Let your motto be:

Anger solves nothing…

Now, listen to the stanza of Ogbè Yọ́nú/Ògúndá

Ìbínú kò ṣe nkànkan fún ni

Sùúrù ni baba ìwà

Àgbà tí ó ní sùúrù oun gbogbo lóní

Adífá fún Orí inú a bù fún t’òde

Orí inú pẹ̀lẹ́ kí o má ba t’òde jẹ́

Gbogbo oun tí a bá ńṣe láyé ẹ jẹ́ a na sùúrù sí

Bí inú bá le lálejù ire a rí ni sá

Anger does no one any good

Patience is the father of character

The elder who has patience has everything

Cast divination for inner head (destiny) and physical head ( character)

I urge you my inner head, don’t let my character be spoiled.

Whatever we do in this life, let’s exercise patience

Too much anger drives away goodness

Ẹni tí ó bá l’étí kó gbọ́

Those who have ears should listen.

Stay blessed.

Àràbà Òwòrò speaks from Sao Paulo Brazil

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