Amendment I

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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Sunday, July 1, 2012

Soul on Fire

    And so it came to pass in those days, that a famine had set upon the earth.  Feeding on the general malaise of the people, a power arose from the East, and gradually enlisted the populace to its armies.  Several men rose to power, mostly through cunning, but some through brute force.  One of these was particularly gifted in both areas, and became the man that many looked up to, or at least feared.  In most quarters, the men and women of knowledge and privilege called him Charles, or the Conqueror.  But amongst the serfs, he was known as The General, the Slayer, or Lucifer (often shortened to Luke when speaking in the open).
    The General's power had become so great, in fact, that many considered him the supreme ruler, and were ready to lay down their weapons for him at any pass.  Because of this, many men of independent beliefs had subjugated their lives to serve a person whose motives they truly didn't know, but preferred that to the uncertainty of what would happen to the first person to openly rebel against his power.
    The Great One, looking down from above, was told of The General's great power, and of his stranglehold on the lives of the people.  Believing this was wrong, not so much because it was wrong to control the people, but because he was not the one doing it, The Great One sent an avenging angel to earth to smote The General.  And so it was to be.