Friday, July 20, 2007

Thoughts for the Twentieth of July

"Everywhere and at all times of greatest trial men have appeared, prophets and saints who cherished their freedom, who preached the One God and who with His help brought the people to a reversal of their downward course. Man is free, to be sure, but without the true God he is defenseless against the principle of evil. He is like a rudderless ship, at the mercy of the storm, an infant without his mother, a cloud dissolving into thin air."
Fourth Leaflet of The White Rose, summer 1942

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is very beautiful, and true.