The world continues to be topsy-turvy with canyons widening
Cain and Abel!
Yes, since the beginning of time
we have struggled to love one another amidst our differences.
Perhaps one day we will learn.
But until then we can all practice
Continue reading “blame = wounds.”
Henry Newman wrote a favorite prayer of mine which stays nestled on the kitchen-sink windowsill, where my eyes can skim playfully over the words daily, like fingers gliding across piano keys.
Which I must admit then – oft times – seem to pick themselves up from their print, to flamboyantly dance across my heart! Continue reading “my mission”
it’s a 3hugs&blessings thursday…
Prayer isn’t there to make us feel better when we’re anxious.
And it’s not there as an obligation.
It is a communion of love, between a lover and the beloved.
St. Faustina is a reliable witness on this point: she spoke to Our Lord about this many times, and He always expressed His infinite love for humanity.
“While I was saying the chaplet [of Divine Mercy], I heard a voice which said, Oh, what great graces I will grant to souls who say this chaplet; the very depths of My tender mercy are stirred for the sake of those who say the chaplet.” (No. 848)
In prayer we need not only to pray the words but Christ needs us to also listen! Continue reading “do you hear my prayers, lord?”