The urban fathers


Once the seekers gathered together in East London for a meeting to discuss some important matters but after they had made their decision Agatha arrived. When she heard what they had done she said "You have not made a good decision", people were annoyed at this, complaining at her for being late and saying she had no right to a say in the matter. But Agatha said "My opinion is as valid as anyone's, even if I got delayed in coming to the meeting. What is important is that you should make the right decision. The question you should be asking yourself is not why I am late, or whether I have a right to an opinion on the matter but the one found in Psalm 58 'Do you indeed decree what is right, you gods? Do you judge people fairly?'."


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