Money causes so much war and violence. Jesus in fact said "the love of money is the root of all evil."
But money is still with us, so how to move beyond this power construct into a uguaglianza? It's not as easy as it might seem, and everybody has to more or less agree on common values but at least people are talking about it.
Don Zeno the forward thinking founder of Nomadelfia and perhaps the incarnation of Harold Berman's theories of law and religion, went bankrupt and was forced to leave the priesthood, only returning when the contessa gave him a piece of property.
Its worth noting that Zeno put his money where his mouth was from an early age. At 14, he quit school, believing in Pasolinian fashion that the workers on the farm had more to teach him.
He only went back when a well educated anarchist left him tongue tied in an argument.
At a meeting regarding Don Zeno and the constitutions of valentino day, 1948 (this is historically accurate) The gabuzzo clan was debating the copyright issues surrounding their new fashion line "valentino gabuzzo" in light of the wars between Mario Valentino and Valentino Geravase.
Scherzi aparte, or jokes aside, everyone knows that brands were originally devised to keep ownership of livestock straight.
An iron was placed in fire, then burned into the skin of the poor unfortunate animal, who must have had no idea what he did wrong.
The first graduation of Lanciano high led to the Bugatti graduation, the beautiful bugattis being branded with the horseshoe due to Ettore's love of horses.
But dud and the angel got to thinking...Does Gesu have a brand? Is God marketable and if so, what is the market value of God?
Deep in prayer, the answer came: yes, He does have a brand: its cross, but moreso even than that, the sacred heart, pierced with a lance.
In other words, God's brand is love, the love that is stronger than death.
The ancient Greeks supposed that Eros was the child of Mars and Venus, or, ove and war.
The spear, in the heart of love. This is our existence. That is the brand of Jesus... Neocities.