A WISE JUDGEMENT


24×36 Oil on Canvas, 1995

Those two men were suspected of a crime done by only one of them. But when before the judge, they point at each other saying “you did it not me, I’am innocent”. The judge said to them, “I’m going to close your eyes and give each of you a baton to walk across a narrow bridge”. Whom ever crosses over without missing the line of the bridge will be considered innocent. Then, the judge orders to build 2 narrow wood bridges on top of an open hungry lions den. Then he orders their eyes bound and their ears so they can’t see and hear nothing. Now, they are on the bridges. The innocent man kept on going safely, But the guilty man took off the blind so he can see a way to escape, now he sees the danger below that make him afraid and dizzy, he loses balance and is going to fall into the lions’ mouth.

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