Graffiti from God: Your Wednesday Word of the Week

One-word Graffiti: React. Seen on Ulica Bozego Milosierdzia, Krakow, Poland

One-word Graffiti: React. Seen on Ulica Bozego Milosierdzia, Krakow, Poland

This week’s Graffiti was found on Ulica Bozego Milosierdzia (Divine Mercy Street).

Here in Europe the media has become saturated with reactions to the Syrian refugee crisis. In Poland, a country that is 99% white and almost completely catholic, the debate is heated. Urged by the Pope to provide Christian charity and political discourse, the other side warns of “Islamitization”and a threat to the Polish culture.

Conversation among the people I have contact with here in Krakow reveals strong emotions. Smart people are saying fearful things. The faithful are struggling to reconcile their commitment to the Church and the desire to keep Poland homogenous. One thing is for sure, the mass migration of 4 million Syrians from their home country is an issue that demands a reaction- they’re here, they’re near, they need a place to go, get used to it.

Now, with the Sun in Virgo, it’s a perfect season to reflect on the traits of this sign. The values are respect, hard work, and above all service to others. It’s also a worrying sign that does everything it can to make things work for everyone.

It’s a Virgo time and a big Virgo problem. How do we “React” with Divine Mercy?

With love, Carrie x

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2 thoughts on “Graffiti from God: Your Wednesday Word of the Week

  1. Do you ever considering a similar thing with loud lyrics heard from vehicle radios, for example? I realized today as I drove past a bus stop that the person on the bench heard but a six-word phrase, and it may or may not have held some meaning for them.

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