Monthly Archives: October 2017

Saint Francis And The Wolves

Today is the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi. There is a tendency today of reinterpreting the words of the Gospel into more acceptable and palatable manner, thereby diluting and even ‘sanitizing’ the original Gospel message. Here is one person … Continue reading

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Total Surrender

In all my relationships, I have always kept a bit of myself just for myself. I have never given myself totally, always keeping my innermost being just for myself. But Christ demands total surrender of self from his disciples. There … Continue reading

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Thorny Flowers

It has been a weekend of pain and suffering, brought about by anger, violence and hatred. Las Vegas. Edmonton. Marseille. Before those, Charlottesville. London. Barcelona. How can we keep on inflicting pain and suffering on one another? We humans are … Continue reading

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Something Small

Sometimes, all it takes is something small to make something big happen. A smile can lead to a lifetime together. A handshake can seal a deal. A reaching across can heal divisions. In his book “Small is Beautiful”, E.F. Schumacher … Continue reading

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