13981Re: Proposal for truce. (MSOC Vs JOC).
- Nov 5, 2008Dear Mammen H
Basic need of the hour is people recognizing right & wrong. Once we
are able to identify these rights & wrongs, we would be able to
condemn violence. Until unless people will not condemn violence we
will not have any change in our life.
It is not because there is no solution for our problem, but it is
because we don't want a solution. Your suggestion can be a good move
if it can generate response. I won't say this is the only solution;
there can be other solutions also. But I think you will get hardly any
response, as it is not easy to swim against wave. People will find
swimming very easy & convenient with wave. Our people also prefer this
& so we can't blame them.
None of our Metropolitans will take any initiative to solve this
century old violence. They are happily watching foolish people like
you and me running around them. There are enough people to clap for
them in public meetings. Malankara Varghese might have died in the
name of church conflict. And even there is a Binu who was killed for
the same reason. There can be a Fr. Mathew Jacob Puthusseri who was
attacked, or there can be so many other clergies & laymen from both
factions. Who cares? Our Metropolitans are satisfied in their
minister like reception in various functions, as they have ensured a
chair with state & union Ministers.
Is there any loss for these Metropolitans? They might have forgotten
all of these names. Only those who were dependent of these people have
a loss. I know these selfish leaders are not going to bring any bread
for me like what Jesus Christ did. Instead I, myself, have to work
hard for earning my daily bread. Still I respond to these messages
hoping there will be a day where our people will recognize rights and
Today when I was reading Mathew Chapter 5 I was thinking, have they
spend at least a day on meditating these, we would have got a solution
for a problem of 100 years. I really mean it; we need ONLY ONE DAY FOR
A PROBLEM OF 100 YEARS! Will they be ready?
Sajy Thannikkottu, Kathmandu
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