I was touring a gallery of oil paintings. The paintings were arranged in sequence to tell a story. It was a story of a wealthy prince who loved a troubled but beautiful young maiden. Her problems were so large and complex that it was going to cost the prince a lot of resources to extricate her from the difficulty. The question that arose as I followed the guide through the tour was this: Does the Prince have sufficient wealth and resources to rescue the maiden from all the ramifications of her deep troubles? It would, after all, require considerable time and expense. So I asked the guide that pressing question. What happened next was that the dream shifted from the gallery to a beach where a young woman was running desperately like a fugitive out of the sea and onto the beach, being chased by an evil being that had been tormenting and torturing her. I saw the prince there on horseback on the beach watching the young woman with great concern. I could tell by the expression on his face that he loved her and would follow her closely, that he would intervene between her and the evil being and stop its assault. That scene seemed to answer my question in the gallery. YES! The prince has the wealth for the ultimate solution of his beloved's problems. In fact, he has barely yet scratched the surface of that wealth, and the it is all within the great love with which he loves her, and his determination to see her free once and for all!
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