Today was the day we ran, you say to Me. It is the day we fled your Father, that King who was nothing but cruelty and his ego.
The Lantern is lit and laid at My feet. The white metal shimmers in the firelight, the candles flicker against the walls.
You are our King.
I pick up the Lantern and light the first candle, saying that we share our light. The iridescent flame flickers, turning the room into shimmering rainbows as the fire is passed from hand to hand. This action says that we are all equals; I may be King over this community, but we have all worked together to make this Home what it is.