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Article # 39
Four Candles and A Child

Author: Bro.Honorio Pires Franca. Jr.    Posted on: Monday, August 26, 2002
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FOUR CANDLES AND A CHILD

FOUR CANDLES AND A CHILD.

Four candles were burning, calmly.

The atmosphere was so silent that could be heard dialogue him that they locked.

The 1st candle said: - I am Peace! In spite of my light the people don't let me on

....... I think will turn off. And decreasing slowly, it totally turned off.

The 2nd candle said: - My name is Faith! Unhappily I am superfluous. The people don't want to know of me.

There1s no sense to continue burning. A wind beat slightly on her and it faded.

Quietly and sad, to 3rd candle manifested: - I am the Love! I don't have more forces to burn.

The people leave me of side.... they only see themselves, they forget even of those who are near and love them. And without waiting it faded.

Suddenly, a child entered and she saw the three extinguished candles. What is this? You should be

Lit and to burn until the end. Saying this began to cry.

Then the Fourth candle spoke: - Don't have fear child. While I burn, we can light the other candles. I am the Hope!

The child, with the brilliant eyes, the candle that remained diffused and lit all the other ones.

THAT THE CANDLE OF THE HOPE NEVER FADES INSIDE OF US! ".

Bro. Honorio requires no formal introduction. He has posted many articles in our site.He has emphasised in this article the importance of the masonic virtue Hope.


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ttait wrote on Saturday, May 2, 2009:

Subject: Thank You

I miss you, Honorio, my forever friend. Your words are beautiful. Love, Teri



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