Thursday, January 31, 2008

EXHORTATION

EXHORTATION

We might have a difficult time to keep on with our way of thinking in the manner that is Christian or be true to Catholic tradition and wisdom. But we try to anyway. Without service to our fellow people, our ever unending work or play, our soul in turmoil, our heart that bleeds, our body that sweats and is tired with endless toiling and labor or the lack of it, our thoughts that is broken with so much thinking or dreaming and wanderlust wouldn't be worthwhile. We could have our own thoughts and words in our sojourn in the world of science, or of responsibility, or of endless search for God. We should pull ourselves together and strengthen our inner being if nothing else. We hope to have pure praise for our beatified Lord. All of us will shine if we have a loved one and is loved. If God has blessings for our diminutiveness we have to in turn accept others. It is possible with the Christians (Catholic, Protestant) to have an unending vitality and intelligence. You and I are friends. Christ is our path and guide. Let us be strong in pursuing what we were destined on earth for. We have a goal to achieve and it is to follow Christ’s examples and the life of the good Christians, e.g. Saints. Do not lose hope and do not be afraid of your own shadow and your own weakness. There is no weakness in one who has a friend or a respected, revered one beside you and God in your heart. Later we will look for praises and rest because we have both been in God’s tender loving care all this tiem. I praise you my knowledgeable mentor and teacher. If we have responsibilities we will have a purpose in life. Thus I now take myself away from your sufferance. There will be one day when I will continually shine as an intelligent, wise, and upright person. Thank you for everything that you all have done for me through our Lord Jesus Christ. I will search for you and you will search for me in this life and the life after. If in God/Christ we will know it will be in God/Christ we will take upon HIS CROSS of LOVE and FORGIVENESS.

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