In the News (translated from Interfax): The Archbishop of Yekaterinburg said, “Two entrepreneurs came to me asking me to be their guarantor. They were afraid to sign a deal because each feared the other would cheat him. If we have come to such a point of distrust, then what we can say about our economy?! We have numbed our hearts so greatly that people desire unlimited wealth without making any effort. The lack of integrity no longer allows us to do business.”
My Comment: This situation won’t last long either: the businessmen still believe that the Archbishop is an authority for the other. But what if this is not true, and one of them decides to cheat the other and disappear? Will the Father step up and assume this person’s responsibilities?
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