A war and love story from a novel 
 by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.

 

 

 

 

Moses counsels us not to break the honorable bonds
 that love has forged.
 The priesthood interprets: 
Stone them to death
 who dare to break the privatization of sex. 
We still sing this perverted song.
And so the 'war' goes on.

A fictional story of an age-old war.

The story is about a different kind of war, a deep-seated war that has been fought for thousands of years and left countless victims in its wake, and which can only be won with love. In this sense the story should perhaps be called a love story where a deep commitment to love unfolds the pedals of the Principle of Universal Love. Without a decisive victory on this front society cannot survive the great challenges that loom on the horizon, or indeed the small challenges that this war is about that is tearing deep into the heart and soul.

Once it has been determined, however, that this war has to be won, the war becomes reduced to but a struggle that is pursued on many front, unceasingly, until the victory is attained that the Principle of Universal Love assures to be attainable. Of course, this kind of deep-reaching struggle is not won without pain and tears, though it leads to brighter horizons that are at first obscured with storm clouds.

The love-war story, called, The Three Thousand Years War, is a completely fictional story, though it may unfold towards the day when such wars will no longer be fought. The story presented here is a chapter of a the novel, Roses at Dawn in an Ice Age World, - Episode 2B of the series of novels, The Lodging for the Rose, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche.




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