Missionaries

 

Hail Brave Hearts

This is your duty, this is your strength, this is your chosen life, the destiny of your path, the choice that you made.  Follow it with courage and determination.  Follow it with all of your heart, with your soul, with your passion, your intellect and your being.  Not all paths are easy, not all times will be grand, not all  will understand and not all will help, but persevere regardless.  Your story must be told.  Told by you.

Bravely travel into the unknown, seek the refuge of the place, contact the people and share their lives.  This mission has been accomplished before and will continue.

Venture into the lives of early Canada, the history of this great land.  A sharing of cultures, of exchange, of markets, of language and peace.  This is the fortitude of the people, the strength of their character, the bond that ties.  A familiarity must be established, with honest communication and negotiation.   These are the people, this is their land, their customs and their beliefs.  A common bond must be found.

Now is the time of the Jesuit.  Holy fathers of the faith, looking to convert the aboriginal people to follow the path of righteous and salvation.  Hail almighty ones.  It is your duty to persevere during these difficult times.  Sometimes it’s easy, but frequently the work is difficult and ardurous.  Not all of the people have an interest in these fine words.  Not everyone views the world from this perspective and not everyone will listen.  Of the thousands of people to preach to, the message is received slowly.  One by one, over many years, the aboriginals start to convert.  The faith must be accepted.  People must understand each other and the world must be saved.  Peace among us, oh fine nation.  Peace among us, to the glory of God.

But it is with great joy that we travel these unknown, rugged and fabulously beautiful lands.  It is with great joy that we meet these curious and eager people.  It is with great joy that we pursue our mission to convert these people to Christianity and to help them to serve the Lord.  The Jesuits are here as a dedicated group of missionaries, intent on fulfilling the directions of their education.  These are the soldiers of God, intent on bringing the scripture to the aboriginal people of Canada.  All united in the same faith, all members of the same church.  It is with great joy that they fulfill their mission, their aptitude and their duty.  It is with one call that they come forward, with the demand from their leader, that all peoples come to Christ.

Difficulties are met with gladness, for the challenge of the body is usurped by the spirit within. The spiritual awakening of the joy of bringing the faith to a people who are unknown to the world, but known by God. Come to the parish, learn and worship. The Call to the worlds peoples to unite! Unite as brothers and sisters of the faith. Be Christians! Make Jesus your Lord. Unite in the joy of the love of Jesus. Join us, we prey! Join us in gladness and in praises. Jesus went to the cross for you and rises again. Believe in the scripture and have faith. Be saved by the divine. Pray and be saved. Jesus is Lord.

The endless work to meet people, connect, converse and to find a common bond. The mission to bring the people under one church, with only one God

Be saved, all you mighty ones. Join together, worship together and be saved.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes

April 12, 2020

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The Moral Almighty Human

The Moral Almighty Human

Good morning brave heats.

Rise to the glory of this day and shine with the sun. Here is this day of exploration, of a land of challenge and a life for the strong. A day of exploration, of business enterprise, of the power of peaceful negotiation, of glory, of courage, of peace, not war. You almighty human chose freedom without a fight, freedom the hard way, freedom without conquest.
So easy, the path to war, where the strength of the man is measured in slaughter, so easy to condemn and fight, so easy to ignore and complain. The easy way to riches is to plunder and destroy, with greed and shame and humiliation. So easy to victimize and abuse, so easy to fall into the trap of selfish conquest, of denial of rights, of denial of the human. So easy to fight a war for nothing. All for plunder.
Oh fine human, with clever understanding, that the path to glory comes with negotiation, not might. The might of the powerful aptitude, of a good mind and strong, healthy spirit, of the human of courage and humanity. To be the daring human, whose conquest is in the strength of a compassionate people whose lives are valued, whose negotiations are strong and who live with the strength of the moral, almighty human.
The daring quest of merchant enterprise, of trade, of business, of employment. A set of skills that won the heart of the land, that generated wealth, privilege, honour and prestige. This is the moral almighty human, called to a destiny in this land.
For who are you, with the arrow and the sword, that counts his place from a stand behind weapons. Who are you who charges with might, who plunders and ruins, the human a foe. Who are you, whose peaceful conquest is the result of rage and ruin, war and famine, starve you victims, starve! The mighty cry in warfare, the path to ruin and destruction is theirs, and the final blow to humanity is the defeat and humiliation of despair. Yes, almighty ones we will succumb to terror and anger and hardship and war. Yes, almighty ones, we are despised and victory is yours, you conquer us.
Hail to the brave nation whose path to conquest is merchant enterprise and peaceful exchange. Barter and negotiation, marriage and prosperity, a nation built on relationships and works and deeds of the honest human.
No plunder, no war, only the life of the adventurer, the entrepreneur, the skilled negotiator and the crafty businessman.
Hail to the MORAL almighty human, whose hand was extended in brave friendship. Whose strength and courage was peace and understanding, marriage and exchange, family and friendship. No war between the intelligent human, no slaves, no conquest, only the strife of the hard landscape and the burden of the harsh reality of the land.
Oh moral human, who saves lives and lives in loyal, honest friendship. Whose strength and courage was peace amongst us. The courageous human, willing to negotiate. Peace being stronger than war. It saved us then, it saves us still.
Praises to the moral almighty human.
There are no links to other sites, today, the moral almighty human is the peacekeeper amongst us.
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
Feb 26, 2014