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To keep alive the Spirit by the words of HIM Haile Selassie I
To the Ethiopian Royal Family, heirs and successors to the throne of King David; especially to the memory of the humble, loving Crown Prince HIH Asfa Wossen Haile Selassie.
Thanks for the educational opportunity as student and teacher preparing me to edit an accessible compendium. To the memory of our beloved prophet Bro. Gad, who followed the word of HIM and shared with us.
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