A thought

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Posted 11 March 2009 09:15 PM Hide Post
They nailed him up. He hung for hours while weeping swept like waves across his bleeding feet.
With heat swollen tongue, he looked down at her and begged her to do it. As his mother, she would have but could not because others pulled her back saying, "No, he must die of his own achievement, he must not be helped."


The weeping continues.

If you could be there, at the crucifixion, would you put an end to his suffering or would you stand and watch him die? What if He asked you to do it?

Would ending it for him in any way change the nature of the transcendence?

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Crucifixion was a common Roman practice. Why do people focus on one cult leader and ignore all the other victims? Religion is so absurd.

Beyond absurd.

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