Why the name “More Than Cake”?
At the time of the French revolution, King Louis XVI and his queen Marie Antoinette were living large while the people starved. The price of a bread loaf, the staple of the French diet, cost as much as a year’s wage and neither the King or queen cared one bit. Marie never uttered the now infamous words, “Let them eat cake,” but that phrase describes well her attitude of ambivalence toward the hungry masses.
Many folks in the world today are starving for the nourishment that can only come from sound reasoning. Yet too many “leaders” demonstrate the same queenly arrogance in thinking that sound thinking is too much for our little peasant tummies to handle. So instead of offering the nourishing bread of truth, they offer the sweet tasting crumbs of leftover cake.
This blog offers you “more than cake” with a consistent challenge to the status quo that so many people are longing to hear.
So I invite you all to come, sit, think with me, and be nourished by the Bread of Life.
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