Thursday, July 16, 2015

Answering the Judge!

Tell me, is there any sense to defend one’s self where there is no good will?

Does it not depend on the spirit in which one is judged, if he is to make an answer?

No: 4730/ 3-20-2015

Note: Poetic Insights from the works of Franz Kafka; also, insight from the judgment of Pilate with the Jews, on the account of Jesus Christ, where the will of the people justified Pilate’s judgment, thus the will of the judgment, right or wrong was the will of the people. Therefore, would it have made a difference, had Christ spoke up where there was no good will, or intention?