THE PARABLE OF THE INNOCENT AND THE BLIND

 

Victory Park, December 27, 2006, by Carl A. Patton

 

There has always been blind men bumping

against things all over the earth. Some

carried white laced walking sticks and some were assisted

by helpers that walked with them. I saw

one man with a dog who guided him

across the busy street.

 

Along the way he felt many fast moving people

and cars. They were always in a great rush to

get no where.

 

Meanwhile the blind man who was innocent turned on

the Light in his heart. As his eyes saw nothing

his heart guided by the Spirit saw the foolish

ways of the man who moved fast to get

no where and the man who thought he could see.

 

As he leaned upon his cane his blind eyes

were closed as his body, soul and Spirit

felt the way of the wind and where it

went.

 

 

 


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