Instincts of Man - Excerpt from 'Inbetween'

As is with the instincts of most animals, so too be that instinct within man: to survive. Whence in dire circumstance, or duress, even the most saintly among men would find within themselves a formidable confliction of duties: one being to themselves and families, and the other to those Laws set forth to defend their brethren. In this light, and in full knowledge of these precarious dilemmas, was our system of Justice to be set; more likened as to that of our Deity‚Äôs. As is life not black and white, clearly too, are the circumstances of grievances done against the word of law unique to each occurrence. Law itself is an imperfect creature, being crafted by men, is subject to our shortcomings. Therefore, it would fall to fair- minded men of good counsel to maintain the spirit of the Law, rather than blind adherence to its letter. Justice, my brothers, need be blind herself: but no man should be blind to her heavenly beauty; as she is a favored daughter of the Creator, and with-out her and her sister Truth, the Lady Liberty could not exist…

Instincts of Man - Excerpt from 'Inbetween'

Kevyn Paul Eisenman

Wausau, United States

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