This Itadogun, IFA enjoins us to rethink our views on money. IFA says that if we place too much importance on money, it will lead to the deterioration of our good character. IFA says that anyone who loves money has a spoiled character.
IFA also reminds us that money cannot do all things — it cannot buy true love, nor can it prevent disease or death. IFA enjoins us to strive to accumulate wisdom, not money, in these coming weeks.
IFA also prescribes us to offer Ebo (sacrifice/offering) to our Ikin Ifa: one eja ifa (dried fish), a handful of corn meal, and some gin.
Ki Ori Inu mi ma ba t ode mi je.
May our inner heads not spoil our outer heads.
- Next Itadogun is 11/16/2011