The Flat Earth Society
a political and religious science and romantic fiction novel by Rolf A. F. Witzsche
Volume 4B of the 12-volume series, The Lodging for the Rose

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Chapter 10 - Celebrating our Universal Marriage

The true communion gain.

Then may our deeds, our love's desire

For growth in grace express,

That we may know how Love divine

Forever waits to bless.

    "Of course the Neocons keep on trying," Tony interjected, "even though they are meeting resistance."

    Sylvia nodded and then smiled at him. "The Neocons may see themselves as the government today and con the whole world into supporting their fascism and their wars, but when society reclaims its humanity it will rediscover its duty to stop the abuses of government that endanger civilization, and so they will set up a new government that honors the principles of humanity. The provision for establishing new government built on higher principles is contained in the American Declaration of Independence. It is the key principle that our nation is founded on. The form of the implementation is secondary. Impeachment might be one way, but there are other ways possible, like involuntary retirement. They main thing is that people act to get their nation back from out of the imperial hands of the Neocons. That's the power of our humanity. That's something worth celebrating, don't you think?"

      "I think I'll do just that," said Tony. "I am going to go all out and pull our country out of its rut by its own bootstraps, and I'll start with my buddies in the Air Force."

      He turned to Sylvia. "I would like you to do something for me," he said to her. "I would like you to tell Fred that I'll be occupied for the next couple of weeks with a critical mission." He kissed Sylvia on the cheek before she could answer, and said, "thanks dear." Then he embraced Heather and said nothing at all as if words were not needed, and repeated the kiss.

      Ross responded with reciting another hymn, quietly and slowly:

In heavenly Love abiding,

No change our heart shall fear;

For safe is such confiding,

As nothing changes here.

The storm may roar without us,

Our heart may low be laid;

But God is round about us,

How could we be dismayed?

Wherever He may guide us,

No want shall turn us back;

Our Shepherd is beside us,

So, nothing can we lack.

His wisdom ever waketh,

His sight is never dim;

He knows the way He taketh,

And we will walk with Him.

Green pastures are before us,

Which yet we have not seen;

Bright skies will soon be o'er us,

Where darkest clouds have been.

Our hope we cannot measure,

Our path in life is free;

Our Father has our treasure,

And He does walk with all and me.

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