May no one be thwarted to call the gods of all
people to wipe away those they do not agree with. These who do will not rest in peace.
2 Responses to “Thought for the Day - August 16, 2007”
September 8th, 2007 at 2:15 pm
This is what Samati said to Asha in regard to So-qi, “11. Asha said: If it be in truth thou art the Mazda of the I’huan race, why hast thou come in so questionable weakness? What can a child do? Wieldest thou a sword with these little hands? I had hoped to see a God come in stronger shape, and in majesty of a thousand angels, winged, and in flames of fire!
12. I’hua’Mazda said: My wisdom is not man’s wisdom; my weapons, not arrows and sharp swords. What is great in man’s judgment is as nothing to me; what is as nothing to man, I will make great, for I shall overturn this mighty city. Because I am come in peace and love, the city shall be divided, man against man, and bloody war run riot in this walled kingdom.
13. Asha said: To what end art thou come? For if it be true thou art a God born in this questionable shape, thou hast some motive more than to overthrow the town. I charge thee, then, most precocious youth, tell me what thy purpose is, that justice may be done?
14. I’hua’Mazda said: The cities of man are as nothing in my sight; I come to teach man of other worlds, and that the souls of the righteous shall live forever; I come to deliver man from darkness into everlasting light.”