Bound By Hope of a Common Future

We’re living in a world where each of us fits the truth into our own box of understanding. In other words, we’ve been lied to so much that we are skeptical of what we hear anew. Let me give you an example. Today in America, when you hear the word “immigrant” does its image turn into a politically colored label in your mind? If not, then you truly are an American saint. For all the rest of us, the idea of immigrants coming to America has been so roughed over by the tracks of political bulldozers these past few years that it’s just not the same as it was.

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The Secret to Freedom

A French dude with a long name – let’s just call him Max, for now – espoused a secret that got him killed during the French Revolution. It is ironic that it caused him so much difficulty since in America whose revolution preceded his we embraced his secret. We will talk about the difference between the two revolutions in a minute, but first his secret. Max spoke eloquently and often about this secret at every opportunity he could, which eventually forced him to place his head in a guillotine because the political leadership in his country thought it too dangerous. During the 1790’s in France, this secret exposed a radical idea to the French populous on how to ensure their nascent freedom.

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