207 - The Seventh

There’s an old sort of saying that the best judge is one who hates his work. A man eager to pass judgment on others, that is, is the man least capable of doing the job.

Today’s story is about just that sort of man, a reserved individual sent to a small village in a seemingly medieval country, tasked with finding out why people passing by the town are being branded as criminals and hanged.

It’s not just a story on the passing of judgment, but on the nature of those judgments we pass and are forced to pass on each other. How eagerness for justice may lead us into injustice.

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Artwork by Yui Breedlove

This month’s recommendations:

Podcast recommendation: Gamma Radio

Literature recommendation: “A Lesson Before Dying” by Ernest J. Gaines