"You must be like them when you go out into the world — indeed your joy must be very much greater. You also are to gather in a harvest — a harvest easily reaped, a harvest already there waiting for you. You have only to speak, not to labor. Lend me your tongue, and you will see the ripe grain gathered into the royal granary. And with this he sent them out, saying: Remember that I am with you always, until the end of the world."
John Chrysostom (AD 347-407), patriarch of Constantinople, Dernières homélies, Hom. 10, 2-3
"Silence about the truth is a lie against the truth." -- Elliam Fakespeare