Mlp:FiM World of Light Chapter 10Chapter 10 Breaking a KingMlp:FiM World of Light Chapter 10 by LightPony
"And Silver Light said: my friends, do not envy the success of evil. For evil success is always evil downfall. Evil is selfish, as such it cannot multiply, only take. Evil is like the parasite which sucks all the nutrients from a host, killing it, only to see himself with nothing else to maintain his own life."
Whisper and Gray advanced deeper into the city. Wherever they looked there was trash and rubbish. Gray didn't seem to care, probably because he lived in that place. But Saint Whisper his heart was like a ship, sinking. His entire life he lived in the Sacred Capital: even through all saints made vows of poverty they still managed to maintain the place clean and organized.
Whisper kept looking until he noticed some ponies living in a pile of trash. They were using newspapers to try to shield themselves from the cold. Whisper remembered a phrase one of his superiors once told him: "Look at a place. The place is a reflection of t
Mlp:FiM World of Light Chapter 9Chapter 9 Meeting EvilMlp:FiM World of Light Chapter 9 by LightPony
"And Silver Light said: 'stand fast, my children, for I sent you as lambs between wolfs. Go through the four corners of the world and say what is correct and just. Some will love you, but many more will hate you. If they want to hear the word, stand with them and share the bread. If they refuse, don't lose time: leave the place kicking dust as you leave, for the dust will be witness that your job is done'."
It has starting to get late and Saint Whisper was still going. He was tired, but he couldn't bring himself to stop: his mission kept brothering him. He feared that if he stopped for a single second something terrible could happen. He kept going through the roads, time or other seeing a small village.
Whisper went as far as his legs let him, before inevitable succumbing to the strain. Whisper only walked to near a tree shadow before finally letting himself fall on the grass. Now having time to think, he concluded that was a pretty foolish a
On ToleranceOn Tolerance by TESM
You'll have to stick with me for a bit, but I'll begin with a jarring statement to most readers: it seems to me that the Catholic Church is really the most tolerant of anyone or anything.
This is because the Catholic Church has rightfully questioned everything and accepted what it must. It is derived from the fact that we see creation as good and, as such, there is nothing that exists separated from goodnessno matter how hopeless. We are tolerant precisely because we call things evil and because we call things good. These are like the actions of a wise gardener who prunes leaves and branches, allowing the good to grow properly and the bad to fall lifelessly.
Indeed, the history and hagiographies [lives of the saints] of the Church attest to this attitude. St. Martin of Tours, though he had the mighty pine tree cut he erected an altar in its place. He removed the worship of something false with the worship of something truehe did not remove worship.
St. Catherine of S