We’re nearing the end of our Carpe Diem Tarot journey. Today’s Haiku prompt is the card Judgement (XX).
I’ve often found it an interesting irony that the St George of the christian and English flag was a Palestinian who served in the Roman army. But that aside, I believe it would take more than an Angel playing a trumpet to wake the countless who have died under, and before, that particular flag…
In Pascal’s Wager. French Philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal postulated that a rational person would be wise to ‘bet’ on the existence of God. Pascal theorised that if god exists, then come judgement day it’s best to have believed and if s/he doesn’t exist, well then it makes no difference anyway…
The idea of the dead rising from their graves is rather trendy at the moment. I’m not sure that the Pope has these living dead in mind however…
if judgement day comes
the father and son become
Thank you for popping by today, wether you’ve enjoyed your visit or not, remember – don’t judge!
Smiles, love and laughter
© John Belchamber 2013
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