Author: Rachele Sciortino
“As armored doors protect families, boundaries are the doors of a Country, of their Homeland that must be defended at any cost”
“Boundaries are connected to people. As armored doors protect families, boundaries are the doors of a Country, of their Homeland that must be defended at any cost. The so-called ‘cultural exchanges’ – or invasions – have always been a source of wars, atrocity, hunger for power and conquest. Mighty empires collapsed because every man or woman has their homeland’s roots in their DNA, and the newcomers – freemen or prisoners – over time multiply and assemble a people within the hosting people, gaining more and more power. Man does not live by bread alone, but by a series of different factors, concepts and feelings.
To simplify the idea, let’s think about the imposition of creeds (My God is the only true God.) Nothing is accepted but one’s own orthodoxy, and this still condemns cultures to iconoclastic and dogmatic rage. It may seem paradoxical that after so many bloody Crusades, consecrated heroes and a sanctified king (Saint Louis IX,) Frederick II obtained Jerusalem thanks tohis dialectic skills, where even Saint Francis had failed.
The blindfolded holy justice of the Church punished the achievementwith excommunication.”
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Rachele Sciortino lives in Gorizia. She stoically overcame childhood and youth. She is now retired from public employment, wandering in the four continents. She’s studying and documenting natural beauty and human creativity: culture, ancient and current religions. In conclusion, it must be said that religions, wars, love and hate link humanity. From her travel diaries she writes novels and poems talking to people.
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