A Great Line I Heard!
Creo en la misericordia divina, en el Dios que perdona y que rescata, que desciende a nuestro lado y nos purifica profundamente. Creo en el Dios que nos recuerda su amor: "Era yo, yo mismo el que tenía que limpiar tus rebeldías por amor de mí y no recordar tus pecados" (Is 43,25). Creo en... Continue Reading →
It would be nice if more athletes, especially today, would model humility, not just for their own sake, but for the sake of all those kids, teens and adults that see in them a Role Model.
As Parents, we feel, we are made to feel, that we must ALWAYS be right. Right? Well, that is wrong. We, as Parents, have to strive for being Models of Persistance in our Pursuit of being Christ-like. Will we fail? Yup. Should we give up? Nope. There in lies the Best Example we can Model for our Kids.
As Juliet said, by way of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, "What's in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet" (II,ii,1-2).
"The only way to break through lifelong patterns of unforgiveness is to take time—daily for a while—and reflect on all God has forgiven you." "Minute Meditations" AmericanCatholic.org Forgiveness has got to be the MOST difficult thing to achieve! At least for me... I want God to forgive me...I hear over and over how his Mercy is Infinite...and... Continue Reading →
Speaking from the heart, or as they say, “wearing your heart on your sleeve” has to be one of the MOST difficult things to do... At the moment when you make yourself vulnerable, you are an easy target. You can and most probably WILL get hurt. But...is it not better to be that way? Is... Continue Reading →