Blessed Are The Eyes That See

Real Christianity

        Formerly, truth shone like the sun.

        There was no denying it. It stood forth for all to see, and all could see, and all did see.

        There was never any thought of questioning something so perfectly, starkly, and prodigiously shining forth.

        Truth was like Everest or the Pacific or the vast blue sky above. It was the fruited plain that stretched from horizon to horizon, north to south, and east to west. It had no actual boundaries.

         And it was free.

Sun

         But then, slowly, terribly, a grey darkness drifted in, ever so slightly, deceiving, conniving, covering up, shading, equivocating, and probing—not against the truth, but against the perception of it. For it was perception that mattered.

         In other words, one cannot actually question Mount Everest or the Pacific Ocean. But one can question one’s perception of Mount Everest or the Pacific Ocean.

         Do they really…

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