The Story of Our Fall From Grace and The Hunt for Redemption

October 4, 2012 at 10:39 am (Uncategorized)

I hope you all are enjoying the fall. It is interesting how the most beautiful things in this world seem to only last for a short while. I have often thought about this while watching the setting sun fall into the underworld. These temporary treasures can fill us with great feelings of wonderment and joy, but there is an inherent sadness to them. The good thing, though, is that the beauty that is lost gives ways to other awe-inspiring scenes, such as a snow falling outside on a white winter’s day. And every season will return in time.

It even seems to be the case that our heroes return from past ages when needed most, cycling through time.

“When justice is trampled down; when dishonour is triumphant, then I return. For, in defence of what is honourable, for the destruction of the unjust and ignoble, for the sake of re-establishing justice and honour, I am reborn from Aeon to Aeon…” [Bhagavad-Gita, 4.7-8 ]

Okay, I will admit that I sometimes see myself as such a figure, and the media seems to be going along with my story.

However, the reality of the situation is that I don’t always feel as powerful as I should be, or as I am made out to be. Your AuThor needs his hammer back!

I recommend that you check out my most recent broadcast, The Power of Symbolic Communication, if you would like to learn more about the fall and our return to glory.

It is time for Redemption!

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