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Life is life

Life is beauty, admire it. Life is sheer happiness, enjoy it. Life is a dream, realize it. Life is a challenge, take it up. Life is a duty, do it. (…) (Mother Teresa)

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The gift of wonder

“Never once in my life did I ask God for success or wisdom or power or fame. I asked for wonder, and He gave it to me.” (Abraham Joshua Heschel)

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Everything in life is a gift

The deeper we grow in the Spirit of Jesus Christ, the poorer we become—the more we realize that everything in life is a gift. (Brennan Manning)

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Living by grace

A saint is not someone who is good but who experiences the goodness of God. (Thomas Merton)

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The experience of grace

You are accepted. You are accepted, accepted by that which is greater than you, and the name of which you do not know. Do not ask for the name now; perhaps you will find it later. (Paul Tillich)

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It is the time to rearrange our priorities

We must aim above all at an inner renewal, a liberation from the mere following of conventions, a new departure in our way of thinking. (Pope Paul VI)

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Peace is first and foremost personal before it is social

Peace demands a mentality and a spirit which, before turning to others, must first permeate him who wishes to bring peace. Peace is first and foremost personal before it is social. (Pope Paul VI)

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Do you want to fast this lent?

Fast from hurting words and say kind words. Fast from sadness and be filled with gratitude. Fast from anger and be filled with patience. Fast from pessimism and be filled with hope. (…) (Pope Francis)

Little hearts

Those little things

A holy Christian life is made up of a number of small things: Little words, not eloquent sermons; Little deeds, not miracles of battle or one great, heroic deed of martyrdom; The little constant sunbeam, not the lightning. (Andrew Bonard)

Assembly, Mass by Josh Applegate

Lord’s Prayer

You can not pray the Lord’s Prayer, and even once say “I.” You can not pray the Lord’s Prayer and even once say “My.” Nor can you pray the Lord’s Prayer, and not pray for another. (Charles Thompson)

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