"Do not be in a hurry in life, The Awo of Olofin Do not pursue riches in haste Whatever we are expected to display maturity on Let us not display anger When we get to a cool, comfortable place Let us take a well-deserved rest… -Holy Odu OgbeYonu
Restoring wholeness is based upon the understanding that, in order to get the results the ancients got, contemporary practitioners of òrìsà lifestyle have to demonstrate personal values – and internal qualities – that are consistent with the ancient ways. The most important internal quality to develop in this regard is patience. You must learn to slow down enough to allow yourself to internalize the ancient wisdom. If you've ever used herbal or naturopathic medicine, you know that they don't tend to work over night. Instead, they bring your body into a state of balance so that the stage is set for healing to take place. Traditional medicine takes longer to kick in but it also last longer. And so it is with living the medicine: You will will not be transformed instantly. You will not heal the lives of others in a single encounter. But the longer you remain disciplined on the journey, the longer the positive effects will be heard. Ultimately, to put things into proper perspective, your objective is to create a standard and quality of life today that will create healing effects for another 16 generations in the future! Learn more atwww.ObafemiO.com."