At the time of the assassination of Mahatma Ghandi, George Bernard Shaw said, “This shows how dangerous it is to be too good.” Calvary is the supreme example of that.
As far as mortals were involved, Jesus was killed because he was perfect. This imperfect world could not deal with his perfection, so it got rid of him.
A woman bought a beautiful and relatively expensive fourteen-karat gold cross with the express intention of giving it away to the first person who admired it. Two days later in a bookstore a gentleman admired the cross. She took it from her neck and offered it to him.
“Oh, I couldn’t take it. Why, it’s very expensive,” he said.
“I insist. Anyway, you won’t have it long. There’s a catch to my gift,” she responded.
“What’s that?” he asked.
“You must give it to the first person who admires it.”
Under that condition, the man took the cross. The woman later said she had no idea where the cross was but that she knew it had blessed many people and that it continues to bless her every day. A God Touch
The shape of true love isn’t a diamond. It’s a CROSS.