All roads lead to Rome
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During the past specific empires have been the center of civilization. At the time Jesus walked here upon earth the Roman empire was the prominent power. It controlled and enforced its laws upon other nations. Not only was that true, but Rome was also the center of world trade. Paved highways for that period of time were built to and from Rome. It also dominated the merchandise and trade goods by ship. Thus, the expression: “All roads lead to Rome” was true to a great extent.

The United States has been the dominant power in our time. It has not used its power to dominate other nations, but to aid them in being free nations. Some believe its leadership is now dissipating away.

The phrase: “All roads lead to Rome” is used figuratively now days to indicate there are different routes to the same goal.
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