Now, bless his heart. But given that Putin seems to be one of the two most godless people on the planet, I wish Pope Francis the good luck in ending the Russian-Ukrainian war.It’s nice to see Relatively Liberal popes are less worried about giving communion to loyal Nancy Pelosi, even if efforts are likely to be wasted, and focus more on world peace. His heart and the power behind it are in the right place.
He is his Knee troubleI’ve been in a wheelchair for over a month because of a “small fracture” that occurred when I stepped in awkwardly when my knee ligaments were inflamed.
He said it was “slowly getting better” with laser and magnet therapy.
Francis was going to visit Congo When South Sudan This week, but the doctor had to cancel the trip because he said he needed more treatment. He said he was on board to travel to Canada from July 24th to 30th and would like to visit Russia and Ukraine someday.
Francis is not necessarily a baby in the woods who believes he can enlighten Vladimir Putin about the immorality of war. What Francis could do as the leader of the world’s largest religion is, at least, to make Putin think about Russia’s position in the “post-war” world, no matter how it turns out. In many respects Putin started the war with vanity, which he loses even if he “wins”. Indeed, if he “wins”, he probably loses more.
Putin is never allowed to return to the “civilized world”, and Francis certainly understands its dynamics. What Francis can do is probably better than others, but Putin has little to do. That Putin is wrong, things aren’t going well, and Putin, if any, won’t always get better.In other words, Francis may be one of the few people on the planet. [much] Do not plant some suspicious seeds in Putin’s mind, perhaps on a political agenda that can beat Putin a little, and eventually not be shot or put into Siberia.
What if it doesn’t work? Is the world getting worse? No, Francis is a realist enough to understand.
Perhaps more importantly, Francisco sets an example for future leaders of the Catholic Church. Don’t worry about what someone is doing in your bedroom, why not focus more on saving the lives of thousands and helping the world for good? A man who spends more time giving lectures on the dangers of global warming than the dangers of gay marriage. He may be grateful to God.
Jason Miciak believes that a day without learning is a day without living. He is a political writer and features writers, writers and lawyers. He is a Canadian-born dual citizen, spent his teens and his college days in the Pacific Northwest and has lived in seven states ever since. He is currently enjoying the life of a young girl as a bachelor, writing from the beaches of the Gulf. He loves making flower pots and cooking while studying the philosophy of science, religion, and non-mathematical principles behind quantum mechanics and cosmology. Feel free to contact us for any speech promises or concerns.