When carpenters work, they don't argue if God or which god prefers a hammer or pliers to hammer
that nail; they just use a hammer to hammer that nail.
When road construction workers work, they don't debate whether God or what god recommends concrete or hay for the highway; they just pour the concrete to pave the highway.
When agricultural workers work, they don't fight over what god or whose god commands the use of sickle or disposable razor blade to harvest rice; they just cut with the sickle to harvest rice.
We eat, travel, and live thanks to the workers who work and suffer under the few ungodly gods among us; providing us food, roads, and shelter that we may all eat, travel, work, and live.
In solidarity with USA workers, on their nation's Labor Day next month, September 7, 2015.
Photo from Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino (BMP)/Solidarity of Filipino Workers.
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