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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

"Saint Martin of Tours, Embracing the Paradox" by (Anonymous) - 5.30.17

Entry Submitted Anonymously at 10:27 PM EDT on May 30, 2017

Some thoughts are percolating on this St. Martin of Tours un-narrated image/art/symbol/gestalt. If I may share...

Saint Martin of Tours was born to pagan parents, yet was maneuvered into becoming a Bishop who fought against pagans, and yet at the same time petitioned for mercy for heretics. He was the first saint not to be martyred, and one of the most popular saints in history.

As a young soldier, Martin encountered a beggar in Amiens. The beggar was unclothed and it was very cold. Martin removed his cloak and with his sword, he cut it in half. He gave this half to the beggar and dressed himself in the remnant. That night, Martin had a vision in which Christ appeared to him.

St. Martin is usually depicted with a sword, and a sword is usually associated with division, such as when he dividided the cloak, or as more typical of sainthood, separating the "heathen from the righteous".

But St. Martin's sword was a Sword of Union more than division. He was brave enough to embrace both sides of an issue. He consciously embraced conflict, and through the dynamics, let the truth reveal itself. In this he was a warrior of the "self, and as such, he knew himself and "God". For the sword of union stirs up heretofore unknown things in the self to be embraced and loved. This is the sword which shatters self-illusion, and is at the same time, the sword of "No Harm" to others.

Saint Martin of Tours was a master instructer in the art of embracing the shadow, rather than pointing the finger, and letting healing and wholeness have the victory.



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