"Is our quest for justice a way of expressing our grief?" -Father Sirico
A brief look around the world gives the observer an overwhelming felling that something is not right. Father Sirico notes the paradoxical nature of the human condition by pointing out our hunch that we were created to live forever paired with the brokeness that surrounds us. Some people try to do something about that brokeness. What motivates that urge? Particularly, what motivates that urge in a person who is not consciously surrendered to Christ?
Could it be that our destiny and a deep understanding of who we really are motivates acts of justice? Could there be a deeper connection between the creator and His creation that overlaps when it comes to making wrong things right?