Cryptoquote Spoiler – 03/28/18

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It’s not an easy journey, to get to a place where you forgive people.  But it is such a powerful place, because it frees you.”   —   Tyler Perry

(I thought we’d had a Tyler Perry quote recently, but apparently not.  Maybe, it’s just because I’ve seen him on television a lot lately.  Forgiveness is a great thing, but apparently only for individuals.  Countries seem to be allowed to hold onto grudges and malice for generations.  I guess it depends on which ones have the capacity to forgive . . . and whether that benefits them.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

PS.  Today is Lady Gaga’s birthday.  It looks like our Cryptoquote friends were off by a day.     YUR

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2 Responses to “Cryptoquote Spoiler – 03/28/18”

  1. 1 Barb Taylor March 28, 2018 at 11:27 am

    Well as Heti from NCIS LA says, Happy Birthday to “The Gaga.” She also said she will always love “The Gaga.” Heti is such a cool character, there is little she hasn’t done. Gotta love her. Take care & Happy Easter Unc.

  2. 2 lwc March 28, 2018 at 4:01 pm

    Two human beings with good sense are capable of forgiveness, especially in person.
    But, does that work for nations ?

    For instance:
    The Japanese nation and people refuse to acknowledge the crimes their military committed against Chinese, Koreans, and others during WWII. They don’t claim those actions were merely the nature of war.
    Even though those crimes were well known and well documented, they deny that any of it happened.

    Our so-called ally, Turkey, continually refuses to acknowledge the well-documented crime it committed against a few million Azerbaijani people near the end of WWI.

    Is it necessary that two parties acknowledge their respective sins before there can be forgiveness ?

    Contrast that with:
    The German nation and the people readily acknowledge the crimes that the Hitler regime committed in the name of the German people, and people knowledge their failure to do something before it was too late.

    This brings up a related topic:
    Prominent Jews regularly extoll the murder of six million Jews according to the NAZI regime’s own documentation. Yet, the according to the same documentation, a majority of the murder victims, 10 million, were non-Jewish Germans who either were resisting the NAZI regime or were caught hiding or helping Jews escape.

    I have not yet heard any Jewish leader acknowledge that the majority of the NAZI murders were against non-Jews who were caught either helping Jews or resisting the regime.

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