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april 8, 2006 (0017us)
the Ares Pilgrims... what's that?
This blog closes its page 1. It's a first step in the right direction. This blog, I hope, will enable me to share the immense sublime Revelation of Ares (just pronounce e in Ares like e in "chess") with the very small world. I call it very small, because it seems very scarce in front of the screens: A daily audience between a few hundreds to a thousand or so. I should say that I've got a small number of E-Mail addresses in my notebook, so I' have notified few people of the birth of the blog.
Brother Michel_2004Through this unassuming blog I will be able to say and resay unflaggingly (Rev of Ares 27/8), under a lot of pretexts: news, meditations, etc.,that the Message of Ares calls on men to change the world (28/7). "It's just megalomania!" the greatest minds of the time exclaim. "A plan that foolish can't be achieved." Yes, it can, The Revelation of Ares replies in substance, it will only take a human now and then (a small remnant) who will become good (a penitent) and search for (harvest) men and women who in turn would agree to become good, so that the world will be gradually changing for the better. All in all, The Revelation of Ares reminds us that goodness is as infectious as evil is, so that the problem consists in no more than choosing the former and giving up the latter.
In a nutshell, this is what the Word especially the Gospel has advised men to do from time immemorial, but none of religions has ever achieved.
The Father of the universe (Rev of Ares 12/4) has never done theology, never published a catechism, never distinguished between religions and non-religions (Rev of Ares 25/6), is neither Christian, nor Jewish, nor Muslim, nor Buddhist, nor anything else. He has done nothing but come back to men, to all of men, to urge them to spiritual life merely made of love, forgiveness, peace, a free mind and intelligence. Spiritual life alone will produce global happiness, happiness never recovered yet after ancestor Adam's big mistake (2/1-5).
As this is not a religious issue, what do people call Ares Pilgrims then?
Numberless believers and nonbelievers, who have the sense to think that the Path to happiness is plain spiritual life, yearn for The Revelation of Ares without even being aware that it exists, while among that multitude the Ares Pilgrims are just those who know The Revelation of Ares, feed on it and spread its Light. In The Revelation of Ares they are called the small remnant or pious gens. Why Ares Pilgrims or Pilgrims to Ares, therefore? This phrase is in fact a nickname that was used from 1975 onwards by the locals whenever they talked to each other about the men and women who were spontaneous coming to the place where Jesus had appeared and spoken in 1974 Usual have been the popular nicknames given to uncommon believers: Methodists for John Wesley's protestant church, Quakers for the Friends, Mormons for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and so on.
In the beginning, as i was aware that the word Ares Pilgrims was a joke, I balked at using it. A little later on, the connection, absolutely contingent, with the pilgrim whose misery mollifies the (angry) Father (Rev of Ares 12/9) sounded all right to me. Also, I thought that officially adopting the word was the right way to make the joke totally meaningless.
Had not the word Ares Pilgrims come from the streets and its gossips, what would I have named the movement spontaneously emerging from The Revelation of Ares? At the time I hardly ever thought about it; I used to face much more burning issues then. Small remnant taken out of the context would sound abstruse to the public, who knew nothing of The Revelation of Ares. I thought to call my earlier brothers and sisters of faith the believers, but as the word had a totally global meaning, it was likely to cause all of the believers on earth to protest against it. To tell the truth, I do not know what I would have called our movement, which had started spontaneous and has since then stayed spontaneous. There has been no registered association of the Ares Pilgrims, no more than they have ever had any central log or filing system for them. An Ares Pilgrim is any human that, just as Jesus used to do 2,000 years ago, sets his (or her) steps in the footprints (Rev of Ares 2/12) of the Father that sounds much closer to men in The Revelation of Ares than he sounded in the Bible and the Quran.

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april 4, 2006 (0016us)
€ 2,100 billions, France's public debt
Far more disturbing than the CPE crisis, France's national debt is reaching an inconceivably big amount. The immediate national debt, that is, what should be paid back right away, amounts to 1,140 billions Euros (67% of the gross domestic product or GDP), which has to be increased, a European rule says, by amounts to be willy-nilly paid tomorrow like the retirement pensions of the civil servants and military currently on duty. A total of about 2,100 billions Euros. An obvious increase compared with last year's governmental statement. Thierry Breton, the current finance minister, has been so far unsuccessful in getting the fabulous debt built up by his predecessors under control. He has only managed to pay the compound interests. Mind you, Thierry breton may well be reducing the public deficit down to less than 3% (2.8% projected) in 2006, so satisfying to the European Compact of Stability, but the public deficit and the public debt are different things.
France's public debtHow has such a debt built up? In various ways. By allocating privileges, sinecures and benefits, by making up for deficits, by increasing the civil servants' salaries or by starting big roadworks, constructions and redevelopments without the money needed, the government force themselves either to increase taxes or borrow money. As the tax and social security deductions have already been increased in France more than is sensible, no government venture increasing them further. They take out loans therefore.
Every French newborn baby has debts of 34,400 Euros before ever he can open his eyes.
One of the parables, by which the Father in The Revelation of Arès refers to men's impatient greed, "Man is foolish...He counts two chairs for one leg, two beds for one night (V/7)," helps us easily understand how a nation puts itself in debt to so big an amount.
How will the nation reimburse its creditors? Arlette Laguiller, an ultraleftist, would say, "Let's make the rich pay!" But the rich have considerably decreased in number. It's clear to me that everybody will sooner or later have to make great sacrifices, therefore, that is, the complete opposite of what the leftist as well rightist speeches sound to tell us.

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april 2, 2006 (0015us)
CPE (continued)
Some tell me, "Just wait until the CPE (jobs law) crisis is over to comment on it!" Why wait? The pros and the cons have already lost out on it and are aware of that. They will nevertheless have lived the event like the only sort of adventure the modern man has left, now that a drabber and drabber system confines him in more and more laws.
Does the CPE, that new jobs law, brings about jobs insecurity? Is it a condemnation of the labor law, as trade unions warn? If the labor law is ever threatened, demonstrations will be appropriate then. As for the lack of job security, it has long been the result of the shortage of jobs, so that the government shouldn't be reproached for trying to induce employers to create some non-essential paid jobs, which might well be a plus for their firms, for their customers, for the quality of life. If my plumber had one more workman, I wouldn't have to wait for a month until my sink U-bend is fixed and meanwhile to empty the bucket under it twice a day. But I know we are faced with a crisis of a much wider scale: We should save the French industry, which has for years been delocalizing and making the French lose long accumulated practical skills and expertness by training far less costly manpower abroad. Industry is not faced with competing plumbers in the neighbourhood, but it is in competition with the world trade dynamics.
Why have the media featured only the anti-CPE youth? Because a newsman does not regard the pro-CPE youth worth a news. These however make up most of French youth. What's more, a lot of them go as far as to declare: "That jobs law, CPE, may give us the opportunity to prove that we are able to work and bring creative benefits, which could restart and secure the industrial engine, force bosses to review their misgivings about their business…" Why are a great many media inclined to make us think that most of French youth want a sovietized regime, which guarantees jobs and retirement, as if such a regime could never end up in France in the disastrous way it ended up in USSR? As to the trade union rulers, they draw from the CPE an opportunity of restoring their importance long lost, as the five of them represent less than 9% of the paid jobs in France. As to the Left, they forget that they too have brought about riots like the well-famed riot against the law of Allegre, a socialist minister of education under premier Lionel Jospin. It is not talking politics merely to observe those facts and remind that The Revelation of Ares quite rightly says that Truth is that the world has to change (28/7). Let's strive to urge men to restore the spiritual intelligence they have long lost (32/5).

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march 25, 2006 (0014us)
CPE (=Contract of First Employment with a two-year probation period, a new law that has filled the streets with an angry mob in France for weeks): Who's going to cure the bubo (the swelling, the bulge, Rev of Ares XXXIV/16-18)? The doctors that rule France or the doctors that are longing to rule it soon? I am bemoaning the latter, who in the hope of evicting the former have rashly endangered France's peace to arouse an uncontrollable monster racket. Aren't French students easy to rouse to a racket? They are. The former I am bemoaning as well, because they hypocrites claim that only a dialogue will crack the nut. In fact, as the affair is mere politics, it's just a dialogue around a poker table. Reality lies elsewhere and is virtually irrelevant to the CPE.
manifestation contre le CPEReality: Jobs = salaried employments, because these are easily controlled and taxed, as long as the world does not understand that it has to change (Rev of Ares 28/7), so that man may have a destiny worthy of man, but the thing is, jobs are not many enough for everybody, and there will even be less and less jobs.
Accordingly, any cure for joblessness is a cure for the bubo, that is, it cures society of nothing much. How could the CPE persuade employers to hire people they don't need, since they would have long hired them, if they would need them, as they are profitthirsty according to the leftists? But they are philanthropythirsthy, as well, and eager to hire all of youth, the rightists think. Leftists and rightists have it all wrong.
Then I tried to understand the pros and cons with mathematics, dispassionately. I filled a file with curves, graphs, ratings, statistics and (antithetical) conclusions by great experts. It would take several pages of this website to show them. Just believe the results of my study: There are as many pros as there are many cons. Impossible to tell who is right from who is wrong. I can't help but more and more bemoan the mess, which some adults, who have no problems but the end of their political careers to secure, have selfishly prompted among young people who have only basic problems of careers to start up. In any case, if young people (unanimously, the media say) do really not want the CPE? When hired, they each say, "I sign up nothing but a CDI (Contract of Permanent Employment)." The law to be is the will to be; no law that has been can resist it (Rev of Ares 28/8).
The Maker through his Revelation of Ares is right: Just as religion is, politics is to be replaced with love, intelligence and freedom which, when it becomes real freedom, is not the outburst of all sorts of passions, but a giant wave of wisdom, which the world has lacked so far.

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march 18, 2006 (0013us)
intoxicating effect of cruelty
It's no use shedding tears over barbarity or thinking it is redemptive; what is needed is changing the world (Revelation of Arès 28/7).
The Passion of Christ, Mel GilsonI had never seen "The Passion of Christ" by Mel Gilson. I had not expected one more movie to alter the meaning of Jesus' horrific death: Any individual proved able to persuade men to revise their subjections is bound to risk death, physical or social, as long as prophethood does not solve its real problem, which is not so much proclaiming as going through human inertia. The movie has not changed the way I feel the Passion, indeed, but in my brain it has opened a new window to it. A few days ago, I went past the TV and sighted a scene of the movie: Jesus being questioned by the high priest. I found the scene particularly plausible, I sat down and stayed. Until the end — Some pictures that do not tell anything new sometimes happen to boost your consciousness.
I ignored the excesses of the movie: Mel Gibson should have asked professional torturers ' advice to get an exact notion of the bounds of human resistance (Jesus before ever dying on the cross would have already died twice when lashed by the two violent floggers in the movie, who eventually are nearly as exhausted as the flogged man; I was on the verge of laughing). Other scenes were far more interesting. Notably Pilatus as a perfect embodiment of a conscience able to discriminate between truth and untruth, but cowardly and failing to impose the truth. To me Pilatus is the key character of "The Passion": Human inertia. Once more I pondered the explosion that for millennia has sometimes occurred, when spiritual Truth, perpetually dynamic (here Jesus'), strikes the world's crude truth, perpetually inert, but enormous (here the clamoring mob's, the police force's, the dominating interests').
I had read paper reviews telling that "The Passion of Christ" was "nothing but a horror film, a picture more sensational than ethic or even aesthetic." I found it quite different. Apart from a few excesses (for instance, the flagellation or flogging, see above), through which Gibson might have intended to stress the contrast between innocent wisdom and stupid cruelty rather than horrify the audience, I can't see anything implausible in the brutality and contempt dogging Jesus from the beginning to the end of the movie. Isn't the intoxicating effect of cruelty and mockery still prevailing here and there in the world sick with evil?
It's obvious that religion is not the remedy against evil. The remedy was given by the Sermon on the Hill (Matthew ch.5 to 7) . Later the world would be reminded of it through The Revelation of Ares: Man has to and is able to change his life for the better. This remedy has not yet been applied, because no human law is ever up to performing that sort of change. Only man's will is up to it. If Pilatus, the man in utmost authority, had willed to spare Jesus a useless atrocious torture, we can easily imagine that, had Jesus been set free and able to resume his mission, a lot of things would have changed in society from that time onwards. This in my eyes is the moral of the movie by Gibson: Some men, priests, Romans, do not know what to do with the prophet, whom they have to reproach for anything but being good and calling on mankind to join the kingdom of Goodness, shake off the problem through death, because they have not understood that the solution is plain: They have to turn good themselves. Here cruelty is just the intoxicating effect of barbarity, which is to last as long as mankind wants to stay barbarian.

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february 20, 2006 (0012us)
furor from lack of love
Democracy to Hell!
This slogan has been flaunted in a lot of Muslim protests against Muhammad cartoons published by a Danish paper Jyllands-Posten.
Democracy go to hellWe'd better get it right, though! This slogan means much more than anger toward the Muhammad cartoons. It means utter lack of understanding of our 'democratic' attitudes. It means there's an abyss between the Muslim main mass spirit and the Judaeo-Christian main mass spirit, and the bridge to cross it is not yet in the making.
Last week somebody told me, "Those Muslim protests against Muhammad cartoons are deeply shocking. We've got to reject mental backwardness and stand up for freedom of expression." I replied, "What about someone publishing a cartoon of you pulling down your old father's pants and by force ass-fucking him?" Immediately the man blushed, outraged, and said vehemently, raising his hand, "How offensive! How dare you a man of God think of rude things like that?! That's altogether different, anyway..." I cut him off, "No, it's not. The Muhammad cartoons shock our Muslim fellow humans so much as my offensive words just shocked you. That's by no means different. So they react the way you on the verge of violence have just reacted at my rudeness. Freedom of expression is not freedom of offense."
I added, "A Muslim isn't more backward than you a Christian. Only, just like you, he so far has failed to love his neighbor so much that he could stay impassive when faced with a strong vexation. A lack of inner peace denotes judgment. The judgment has leapt onto your tongue like a flea, unawares (Rev of Ares 36/16). Now, a man that loves his neighbor ought not to judge him, ever."

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march 7, 2006 (0011us)
there is no absolute freedom but freedom to love
The great spiritual issues do not rest with faith, a word that can't be found in The Revelation of Ares. They rest with all that stands for the value of the son (any man, religious or not) just as it stands for the Father's value: Love, forgiveness, peace, spiritual intelligence and, of course, spiritual freedom (or liberty). Sadly, these instruments of Good have not been discernible for millennia, because man, religious and/or political, has replaced them by different "values": law, ideology, force, customs and the much talked-about legitimity. What to do until spiritual consciousness reappears?
José BovéTake liberty, for example! I'm pondering a recent event when two "freedoms" confronted each other. In February, 2006, José Bové, an altermondialist, a scourge of American products and produces (in France he has vandalized a McDonald fast-food restaurant and dug out fields of transgenic corn) was turned back by the immigration police at Kennedy Airport, NY. Officially expected to give a lecture at Cornell University, NY, he was unofficially intended to take part in a few protests. José Bové was not refused a right of speech, even anti-american speech, however, but a right to leave part of his US immigration form blank. The US immigration form aks any non-american visitor if he has ever been sentenced to a penalty, whatever, in his own country. José Bové did not tick off the box.
Which "liberty" should have prevailed? The "legitimate liberty" of the USA to refuse a notorious anti-american fire ship admittance? José Bové's no less "legitimate liberty" to refuse to kneel in the US immigration police's confessional?
The liberty or freedom preached by The Revelation of Arès is unquestionably absolute. It is the freedom of the foal...free from the harness that doctors put on it (10/10, doctors of the law, of ethics, of the order, etc.), but it can be exerted in one tendendy of the heart, the tendendy to love, never to violence. Now, Uncle Sam and José Bové are violent beings who each claim to follow their "liberty" of violence. There's nothing spiritual, nothing true therefore, in the confrontation between two "liberties". The nimble foal may be free from the doctor's harness, but it is not "free" to trample the doctors underfoot. We are too much influenced by evil to be able to se the difference.
I think that José Bové should have refrained from going to exert his violence at the very source of his grievances, so that he could save the USA from refusing him admittance on their territory, which is violence likewise. Until it becomes always solvable, absolute freedom, whenever it is unsolvable, that is, under most of circumstances, can only have absolute substitutes. In this example, the substitute is absolute wisdom to avoid an unsolvable encounter.

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march 9, 2006 (0010us)
ocher-colored, materiel therefore, for all that an angel
Brother Michel on the beachThe Revelation of Arès,
the angel on the beach episode, October 8, 1977 (Bilingual edition, p.371). One among thousands of contradictors hints that that angel was nothing but an illusion, because "everything is just matter throughout", a pretty, very fashionable phrase. I reply, "I agree. Everything is matter. The Creator of matter is necessarily matter himself. As the angel that appeared to me on the beach was ocher-yellow from head to foot, and since matter alone can be colored, the angel was material.
I add, "Also material had Jesus been in 1974, when he had spoken to me and touched me. Likewise, material were the theophanies I witnessed in 1977, that loud voice out of a dazzling, well-nigh blinding stick of light."
The contradictor says, "Entirely imaginary things can be resounding, colored and even blinding." I say, "Moments ago you told me that even the mind is material. Therefore, when you hint at all I saw and heard in 1974 and 1977 as mere hallucination or fabrication, I can relate you back to your own materialism. My hallucinations and fabrications coudln't possibly be but mere matter, mere reality."
I add, "Mind you, I don't want to argue against you with a sophism. I only say that the materialistic theory is inadequate to demonstrate that the Arès supernatural events are untrue. On the other hand, I claim that a few great facts following those events argue against materialism." The contradictor asks, "What great facts?" I answer, "I did not love my neighbor more than most of men do conventionally. I did not forgive offenses. I did not act free from the cultural prejudices. I did not preach absolute peace. Just fancy what I've turned into! I wholeheartedly love my neighbor now. I forgive all of offenses. I am free from the cultural prejudices. I preach utter peace. A lot of Arès Pilgrims have changed likewise: they were wicked or mediocre, or liars, or violent men, but they have become good, truthful, peaceful. This is what Jesus meant 2,000 years ago, when he said, Look, the blind can see, the deaf can hear... The angel on the beach was ocher-yellow, material therefore, but for all that he was an angel. Only, in 1977, I was beginning to see what you cannot see yet."

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march 8, 2006 (0009us)
PrBrother Michelaying according to The Revelation of Arès is not beseeching or glorifying God, but achieving the good
Do not beseech, because before you beseech, the Father he has his own idea about what you need, (which is not necessarily your own idea about it), Matthew 6/8.
The Father has an idea that you have to develop your kindness. As for the Father's glory, it's no use glorifying him, because his glory belongs on him like your head on your shoulders. Glory is his natural element; he need not be congratulated on it.
Why pray, then? Through The Revelation of Arès the Father says, Uttering my word in order to achieve it, this is true piety (35/6).
In order to achieve what? To achieve the good all your life, because nothing but the good will give man happiness.
Whenever you stop by the path to utter a few verses, you do not harp on the holy scripture, but you do so never to forget that the Creator's word has no purpose but to create, remind you that you have to create your own self and whole mankind good. In other words, as we are the Creator's images and likenesses (Genesis 1/27), we are co-creators of the universe, we have to love all of humans further every day, forgive all of offenses further every day, make peace further every day, be still freer from all that forces us to be mediocre, tell lies, act according to the animal habits and the laws of despiritualized man, but not according to our spiritual conscience.
It is not by praying in this or that way, but by acting good and true in everyday life, that we are saved and are going to save the world.

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february 17, 2006 (0008us)
gladiators still alive
Pittsburgh SteelersThe Pittsburg Steelers win the superbowl,, the final of the US football championship. They are acclaimed like triumphal gladiators while their opponents get beclouded in the corridors toward the locker room like dead gladiators. Aren't certain team sports likely to glorify the strong thrashing the weak rather than encourage sound sporting events, a source of emulation, but not of harsh rivalry? They are. For the time being, every answer to this question has been nowhere near satisfactory, probably because mankind has not yet been changing as much as people imagine and the masses are still in need of circus games.
Brother Michel has once told that he had been at a bullfight in Nîmes, Southern France, in 1960, for the first but sole time in his life. Although an atheist then, he had been upset watching the spectators' "barbarian excitement". He had understood that, "had Christians been pushed into the arena to be devoured by big cats, there would still be a crowd to watch the slaughter these days." He can't stand violent movies anymore, but he still "still takes a little boy's delight in a union rugby match." It may be because this "run, get-up-and-go and hand-to-hand sport reminds me of the brawls after school (primary school)," from which he broke out "sloppy and bashed up, but amazingly invigorated."
He has often asked himself the question, but has found an only answer: We have to lose culture even more every day, so that we can change into men of the time to come. It is not denying exercice or workout and the benefit we get from it to prepare for totally giving up the pugnacity drills.

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february 16, 2006 (0007us)
a swordman or a man of home?
Ariel SharonAriel Sharon looks like he were definitely eliminated after a stroke from which he has not yet recovered, if he can recover from it ever. What's more, this sudden change in the political leadership in Israel has become complicated by the latest Palestinian elections and the political victory of the Hamas party. Although Mahmud Abbas (Fatah) is to remain the president for a good while, Hamas is going to grow more and more influential on the Palestinian policy and every talk with Israel.
For decades Sharon used to behave much more like a swordman than a politician aware of the human predicament at stake in the Middle East. He notably seemed rather unaware of the Palestinians' aspirations for getting even with the Israeli, who drove them out of their land and houses half a century ago, and reduced them to poverty and even reduced part of them to begging. Nothing else is at stake in the conflict around Jerusalem.
But it is much more than a political conflict, it is a primal conflict. The Arab and the Jew have either to be born or to be stillborn… unless they agree to be twins, because has not really come into existence yet and Palestine is eager to be reborn. No need to demonstrate the huge difficulty in ending up with such an agreement. They have to end up with it, however. It is unsure if the Hamas really seeks to destroy Israel, let's hope Hames doesn't, but at least it is trying to get back the assets, material and political, the Palestinians have long lost. In other words, it is trying to share the land and the decisions on the land's destiny.
By the end of his prime minister office, Ariel Sharon sounded as if he had definitely realized that the Palestinians would never give up their legitimate claims and even that the claims were well-justified. The word once given Moses by God is not above the word later given Muhammad, an extension of God's word applied to whole mankind, which is upheld by The Revelation of Ares. A short while before a stroke struck him down, Ariel Sharon had come to the very conclusion previously drawn by Beghin and Rabin from the situation.
Those prospects of universality notwithstanding, the concrete reality cannot be ignored. Israel, although it is not recognized by all of the nations quite a few Muslim countries have remained reticent stand as a powerful economic and military state in the face of the weak Palestinians. Love of the neighbour and sense shall take over from weapons. There is much trouble in store for men whom brutal events have not predisposed to mercy.

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february 15, 2006 (0006us)
poor judge! poor justice!
“But it's just a child!” one of them lets out on catching sight of judge Fabrice Burgaud.
The “child” belongs in the law system answerable for dreadful errors in an inquest (the preparation of a case for eventual judgment), which has resulted in a lot of innocent people being jailed for months and their social and family lives being wrecked.
The judge Fabrice BurgaudSizeable were the odds that such dramatic errors might be made by too young a judge both horrified at discovering what sort of sexual abuse paedophiles could inflict on children and almost devoid of experience. Consequently, if the people's representatives were going to summon the responsible for the legal errors to appear, they might as well summon the whole legal system, at least the chief senior judges and even the justice ministers, the ruling one and the former ones, who have put a kid fresh from law school in charge of a case of extensive complexity and gravity. Would have a young engineer fresh from university been put in charge of the engineering and design of the Millau viaduct, or liner “Queen Elisabeth”, or Airbus 380? No, he wouldn't. Anybody putting him in charge of such a task would have been at fault. How could we, therefore, accept the idea of elder judges leaving young judge Burgaud shouldered from beginning to end with a case, which was every day gaining in excessive size? His elders and even, if it was possible, if it had a human face and body, justice itself should be summoned to appear here!
Doesn't every one of us think of The Revelation of Ares, which states that the only judge that show some signs of justice and intelligence (Rev of Ares 32/5) is the judge that eats his own tongue (Rev of Ares XI/7)? In other words, the judge that renounces the law and appeals to his own heart, soul and love, which does not rule out wisdom, quite the contrary!
Judiciary errors are numberless, but exceedingly split up. Rare, therefore worthwhile observing, is a situation of massive judiciary inconsistency like Outreau's case, which has resulted in spectacular damages social, family and even bodily (an innocent committed suicide in prison), because it shows how huge the efforts the men who forgive have to make sometimes. The innocent whose lives have been wrecked by judges have to forgive them indeed.
Forgiving is not paying no heed. No judiciary system or law will ever be reformed enough. It has to disappear. This is one of The Revelation of Ares's major teachings. If the innocent don't forgive the judges, the judiciary system will keep going rife everywhere on earth, because it is love, but not endless vengeance (Rev of Ares 27/9), that will cause the courts of justice to disappear.
Judiciary system is to be replaced. Replaced with something still to be discovered, which love alone is likely to discover, when a small remnant will have put love back into circulation. Evolution is far from over. The world has to change (Rev of Ares 28/7).

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february 16, 2006 (0005us)
charity is selfcharity more or less
There are plenty of reasons for celebrities to do charity:
A feeling of guilt, faith, waning popularity ratings, etc. "If you want a long-term career, you need to be taken seriously by the public. To do nothing humanitarian is a mistake," say publicists to stars. One of them added lately, "Charitable work rounds out and humanizes a star's image."Angelina Jolie et les sinistrés du Cashemire And there's politics as well. It's probably not a coincidence that some of the most charitably active celebrities, like Angelina Jolie (see the shot of her in Kashmir) are also some of the most outspoken liberals.
We tend to scoff. We tend to be lacking in mere charity, in mere kindness of our hearts toward wealthy stars whose charity moves take place in a blaze of publicity, but can they really do anything out of charity without being chased after by paparazzi or even newpapermen? Why consider the stars' charity as fake charity, because they always look like they gave a performance or played roles on movie settings? And other celebrities' (politicians', businessmen', etc.) charity questionable, because they always sound like they were at a press conference? We are afraid to pass for gullible nerds if we say there is a lot more to celebrities's charity than just that, and we forget unintelligently that charity impulses do not come out of the charitable persons, but they always come out of the needy, those who need others' charity and who inspire it, therefore.
It doesn't matter how you do charity, spectacularly or not. Just do it the way you can do it and bear in mind that the needy person is like a midwife whose need delivers your charity into the light of day, so that he or she helps you give birth to and develop your love of the neighbor. All in all, charity is always selfcharity, more or less.

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february 9, 2006 (0004us)
a penitent or miracle maker
Every morning I ask myself:
Will you today be better than yesterday? In other words, have you got ahead with your penitence? Which does not mean that penitence is a forbidding, austere, sad action. Quite the contrary!
The Revelation of Ares has not reversed the fundamental sense of penitence, which will forever remain a path to good, but this Word has reminded us of theBrother Michel_2004 dynamic joyful prospects of selftransformation from a mediocre sinful state into a selfrecreated, reborn man or woman gradually filling, day after day, during his or her lifetime, with grace, strength against evil inner or outer.
The effort you every day make to grow better, more loving, more forgiving, more peaceful, more intelligent and freer (in a spiritual sense) makes you recover part of the image and likeness of the Maker (Genesis 1/27), that is the image and likeness of grace, that is, the image and likeness of a miraclemaker. A miraclemaker not as powerful as the Father, but a man or woman imperceptibly growing into a strong self-redeemed soul that's regaining its divine origin.
Whenever I'm asked: "Pray for me or for Mrs So-and-So," I reply, "Just do penitence, that is, become better, don't tell lies, be charitable, love even your enemies, don't judge anybody, refrain from being angry, so you'll get much more favor for you or Mrs So-and-So from penitence than from prayer. You might even work a miracle!"

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