Obligation Upon The Throne – LORD RAYEL

Obligation Upon The Throne – LORD RAYEL —– “Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” –William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Act III, Scene I. —– “The throne is the most uncomfortable chair in the kingdom, because to sit upon it,…

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Obligation Upon The Throne – LORD RAYEL
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“Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” –William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Act III, Scene I.
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“The throne is the most uncomfortable chair in the kingdom, because to sit upon it, one must always be the embodiment of truth, justice, righteousness, wisdom, strength, compassion and mercy.
The people come before the throne seeking what is right; we who sit upon the throne are obligated to provide what is sought.
One must never forget that the truth is greater than the person who dispenses it, so the throne must remain pure, and the occupant unsullied by the corruption of bias, or justice will not be served, and faith in the crown, lost.
Therefore, always render your justice by the will of God, relying not upon your own perceptions, for it is only within God that one finds the truth.”

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