I agree with Mark Driscoll who says, “soft words make hard people but hard words make soft people” It compliments another truism I heard, “I don’t want you to adore me because I tell you what you want to hear, I love you enough to tell you the truth even though you may hate me for it”. Every day I have encounters with hard hearted people who have rejected the truth in exchange for a lie. A man on the train, having read a great ‘intelligence test’ I gave him, told me that, “it’s too religious for me, I have my beliefs”. Oh how I would love the opportunity to tell that man he does not have his beliefs, but he believes what he has been told. He has been taught that we are able to believe whatever we choose, that all beliefs are relative and it’s wrong to impose your beliefs on anyone. Really? Do you believe that? Is that true? Do you think I should believe that? If you want to discover the cause for a crime look for a motive. Our education system has adopted a lie and the cultural mandate is broadcasting that lie. If you want to see the motive for those lies travel with me through the Welsh Capital City Cardiff each day and I’ll show you. I want to be friends, I really wouldn’t mind if you respected my wisdom and character but the fate of your soul is more important to me than your friendship.