some things just make sense #southsudan

Like celebrating a passover seder meal in an area called High Jerusalem, next to the Nile with a people who clearly see their new country as the promised land. Spine tingling experience. As we sat and shared bread by candlelight and recounted the stories of death and oppression and hopes for a liberation and sang of a new land as a blessing from God, who could be unmoved?

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About sharpspear

Random musings of a Catholic Priest at the bottom end of africa. Media curious. Lover of music. not sure they even represent my views, nevermind the views of others.
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