This is so good that I have to reblog. I hope it’s healing for you or someone you know.
See what I did there? Et tu, Brute…Et tu, Beauty? *Air-fives self* 😛
OK, so yeah, the title has to do with Caesar…buuut, I kinda feel like it sets the mood for this piece. Because we’re going…latin.
And not, Ricky-Martin-Livin-La-Vida-Loca-Latin, but dead-language, Roman-empire, biblical-times Latin.
Et tu, Brute literally means, “You too, Brutus?” They were Julius Caesar’s last words when he was assassinated by his close friend, Brutus. AKA, betrayal at its finest.
Given that we’re kicking off Easter week, this calls to mind another betrayal.
A betrayal that, in essence, allows the foundation of Christianity to come to fruition. I’m talking about Judas’ betrayal of Jesus.
Two sentence refresher: Judas was the “disciple-gone-bad” who…
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