The greatest man

March 28, 2013 | 3 comments

A scenario to ponder sent in by a reader of this blog who picked the below up in an email from a friend of his…  Thanks Scott!

“The greatest man in history, named Jesus, had no servants, yet they called him Master. Had no degree, yet they called him Teacher. Had no medicines, yet they called him healer. He had no army, yet kings feared him. He won no military battles, yet he conquered the world. He committed no crime…yet they crucified him. He was buried in a tomb, yet he lives today.”

A life of contradiction, yet no contradiction at all when his life is understood as the triumph of Spirit over mortality.

3 thoughts on “The greatest man”

  1. This reminds me of the attitudes of today. One needs a material education. Examples: Public School, High School and College. Wrong! Many famous people became successful millionaires without a complete education. My father, Joseph Weissman only had spent half his time in Public School and he passed on as a multi millionair. Which proves of a higher power governing man’s intellect which we call God.

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