I’m excited for the Suikoden HD remake
I recall one story about the hero’s adoptive father in Suikoden II named Genkaku and his “frenemy” Han. If I recall correctly, they started as opposing generals in a war.
After numerous battles, there was a call for a ceasefire, which led to an opportunity for themselves and their troops to find something in common. Maybe both generals thought of a sentiment written by Dispatch (and the song’s name? The General!)
“You’re young men, you must be livin’! Go now, you are forgiven!”
This story of Genkaku and Han, as well as the Dispatch song, resonated with me because even in times of war, enemies may find something in common with each other: a shred of humanity.
I wonder: in pursuit of differentiation and exclusivity, have we made enemies when there is really no need to do so?
Luke 9:51-56. They would not welcome him
[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 270: SEPTEMBER 27, 2022]