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Topic: Write an INSPIRATIONAL article (11/27/14)
TITLE: Liberty and Serene
By Tim Liwanag
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Polos was now a fine large gent. He was always in the public's eye. His commitment to social service was unparalleled even when some folks treated him unkindly. His passion, however, was meditation of history.
In his intense chase of the exultant riders in Equestrianism, he met the humble Galilean who was known for his religious journeys to the synagogue during Sabbath. He heard that this man was going to the renowned holy city for the pilgrimage holidays. As he stood there gazing at him, his thoughts raced back over the last three years— ah, how Jerusalem at Passover was like a crowded noisy market! It was not the kind of venue you'd want to visit unless you were really a holy man who must accomplish an awful lot of ceremonies there or you're a miracle worker who could part the throng of men occupying its streets. On many occasions he had delighted in seeing him do the impossible. Although he still had his reservations, it was now or never. His chance may never come again. He had to see him do things the rest of the crowd simply cannot do. He had to witness the Galilean if he was indeed that— The Miracle Man.
Now Polos with his deal zeal, even when he had been carrying a very heavy load, saw an opportunity and ran towards the holy man. He was so very swift that moment even an African barb could not overtake him. Then something happened with his respiration. He was gasping for breath and, stunned in his presence, he choked. Then he fainted and died. How could such an upsetting thing happen to him! He was constantly gregarious. He was always alive!
Onos saw everything from a distance. But she could not free herself from that post to follow Polos and therefore remained there to watch. She was jealous of Polos' autonomy the other day and was infuriated at him that hour. Yet she was deeply impacted by his earnest desire to face the holy man. As she looked towards his place, she saw him brought Polos back to life. That wonder startled the crowd!
And the disciples went and did as the Galiliean had directed them. They brought the mother and her young and placed their cloaks on them, and the coming King of Zion took his seat upon them.
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