What does it meant to fight, and possibly offer or sacrifice one’s life, for a cause?
Perhaps the battles we are fighting these days are less life-threatening than they were 779 years ago, are they?
I mention this time gap as I reminisce the good men and good women who refused to renounce their pure faith and decided to walk onto a burning pyre; that momentous event took place in the south of France, on March 16, 1244.
What are we willing to offer these days for preserving and upholding our beliefs?
I AM asking this question as I am suddenly feeling more hopeful—more hopeful for the path humanity has chosen to walk. Walking, perhaps aside from a looming global banking crisis.
The Divine, and the mysteries of the soul getting closer to its purpose, work in inexplicable ways, don’t they?
And so does the Divine Plan.
Gilles Asselin is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: A just cause
Time: Mar 16 @ 04:00 PM Eastern Time