The Holy Man that Couldn’t

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A country tore apart by corruption and violence.

A man in robes watches, doing nor saying nothing.

He is no ordinary man.

He is a man ordained by God.

Interesting how a man sent to do good can do nothing in the face of evil.

But I suppose that is the way God works.

The man is now a symbol.

A symbol of a religion.

Is that religion just or tyrannical?

It attempts to impose its dogma on the rest of the world.

It speaks of doing work for God but does nothing in the face of a true crisis.

Why then is the institution worshipped?

But the same answer comes, God wills it.

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