The Form of Iowa

In the history of naval warfare, the greatest battleships were the Iowa Class Battleships because they reflect the state of our nation’s heart and soul.

When you have the courage to stand up for what you believe in a world of tyranny and manifest passion in your heart while protecting those you love, your adversaries will surrender before you on your weatherdeck.

Reality like water will take the form of those holding the cup. Evil can only be overcome with Good. Maintaining love in our heart toward our enemies while defending ourselves is the only path to fellowship so that we may all see the light of truth. A light that darkness will never extinguish.

General of the Army Douglas MacArthur signed the unconditional surrender of our final enemy during that era and future ally ending World War II. Sun Tzu states in the Art of War, “A sovereign cannot raise an army because he is enraged, nor can a general fight because he is resentful. For while an angered many may again be happy, and a resentful man again be pleased, a state that has perished cannot be restored, nor can the dead be brought back to life.”