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  1. Truthy,
    You bring up some very good points. An eye for an eye is not the total sum of payment when we try to get “justice” from the spath. Justice doesn’t come free. There is always the hangman to pay.

    When we tangle with evil, we must be prepared to make sacrifices. It will be an odyssey in which we emerge changed from the struggle with evil. The sacrifice and the payment will always be our innocence. And the word innocence always has different meanings depending on who we are. We learn. We are transformed. We pay the price for our tuition and it hurts. One would think that at some point we would be tough enough to emerge unscathed, yet that is never the case because everyone we encounter changes us. That is part of being human. If we can emerge unscathed it will only be if we become just like them, then they win, so what would be the point?

    Am I saying that we should never tangle with a spath, or that we shouldn’t seek justice? No. I’m saying that we need to know the price before we hire a hangman. Can we afford it? Remember, the spath’s trick is to make us think that we have more power than we actually do. Matthew 4:1-11.

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