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Why does God the Father has to let His Son be killed and die? Why is it that the death of a God seems to be the sole solution to save mankind? Dying you destroyed our death, rising you restored our life, Lord Jesus, Lord Jesus, come in glory.. The keyword here is “Sacrifice”. The […]
“You only have to forgive once. To resent, you have to do it all day, every day, all the time. You have to keep remembering the bad things. It’s too much work.” – Frank Roennfeldt (Light between Oceans, the movie) More inspirations and reflections
Whenever you are confused about why you did something, look for a “belief”. Beliefs compel you to do what you might otherwise think is stupid. The belief isn’t stupid. It’s just a belief. Change the belief and you change the behavior. Most people will have no clue that their behavior comes from their own beliefs. […]
You’ll find this hard to believe at first, but everything in your life is a projection from the shadow side of your own mind. I told you this would be hard to grasp. Blame and excuses are easy. They let you avoid responsibility. But your life is all about total responsibility. When you look around, […]
Level up! After yesterday’s Sunday mass, these two words from Father Victor’s homily got stucked in my mind. It was the Eucharistic celebration of the 5th Sunday of Lent. So, what do these two words really meant? I wonder why, it lingers? As I was contemplating, my St. Rosita had suddenly flashed this blog to […]
Never break the pot that once gave you water. Never bite the hands that once fed you. Never despise the home that once gave you shelter. Never punch holes in the umbrella that once gave you cover. Never insult the breasts that once gave you pleasure. And never malign the church that once gave […]
A four-year-old was sulking under the table. He had been refused a second helping of ice-cream. His mother ordered him out, but the boy wouldn’t budge. She fried coaxing, but nothing doing. When finally she promised him the ice-cream, he trotted out triumphantly and they both went out to get his reward from the fridge. […]
A tourist lady was visiting the mountainous country of Switzerland. One day, she walked up to a sheep pasture on a hillside. There she saw a shepherd, with his flock of sheep lying at a rest around him. Nearby on a little pile of grass lay a sheep which seemed to be in pain. It […]
Many years ago, there lived a very old man in North China. His house faced South and right in front of his door stood the two gigantic peaks of Taihung and Wangwu. They blocked his way to the south. So, he sat down with his sons and made a solemn promise and then got out […]
Reflections on Material Possessions A hermit was sitting in front of his tiny hut and gazing across the expanse of the prairie around him. A young man approached and asked him, “Is there some guaranteed way to happiness and heaven?” “Oh yes,” replied the holy man. “But it is only for athletes.” “Great!” said the […]
One day Bill was hunting in the woods. It had been a slow day and he had yet to shoot any game. Suddenly, he heard a noise behind him. He whirled around and saw a ferocious mountain lion only twenty feet away. Bill quickly raised his rifle to his shoulder, took aim and pulled the […]
They say that St. John the Apostle liked to play with his pet sparrow from time to time. One day a hunter came to visit him and was surprised to see such a famous man playing. He surely could use that time doing something good and important. So he asked the saint “Why do you […]
Jesus is known for his “language”—his way of putting the reality of the reign of God into words. He does not use, as Bible scholar Gerhard Lohfink observes, an imprecise, vague, or bombastic style. His words and parables betray a deep love for reality; they reveal a careful observation of things and people. How the […]
Everything is grace; and that precisely is the message of this Sunday in the season of Lent. All is God’s grace, that is, his gift to us (cf. Eph 2:8). It is by this grace that we have been saved and made God’s children and part of the very life of God. It is by […]
Notice how the world has upheld the notion of love as triumphant defiance. From the classic Romeo and Juliet, to the recent Twilight series, people are enthralled by tales of lovers defying directives, dispositions, decorum, death, and destiny. Today’s First Reading, however, upends that notion of love. The Exodus lists the Decalogue as a code […]
The Transfiguration of Jesus was a short, glorious moment of ecstasy, of witnessing the divinity of Jesus. It was like seeing God face-to-face, an experience feared by the Jewish people for they believe that the joy of seeing God can be so powerful that it can kill them. Alas, that momentary glimpse of Jesus’ glory […]
There is no other season in the Church that consistently calls us to repentance besides Lent. We Catholics have many practices that accompany us to respond to the call of repentance, like fasting and abstinence, retreats, pilgrimages, charity work and the like. But behind our practices, does real conversion happen? What kind of conversion? Today, […]
Sometimes we do wish or pray that we win the lottery or get rich with lots of money. Our shoemaker on this story got that wish unexpectedly, but he was not happy. Check it out.. There was once a poor shoemaker who was always in a good mood. He was so happy that he sang […]
Thank You For My Being Today, O Lord, I celebrate my birthday. There are a few words I want to say which vividly express my feelings and the thoughts uppermost in my mind I address them to you, Lord: Thank you so much! I thank you for this beautiful life.. nurtured and cared for by […]
I thank you, O God, for giving me a body which is fit and strong, And for making me able to use it well. In my training, Help me never to shirk the discipline which I know that I need And that I ought to accept. In my leisure and in my pleasure, Help me […]
Dear Lord God – Thank you for the day today. I tried to do everything to the best of my abilities. I may have done few things right and others wrong. Please forgive my mistakes and help me to be humble with my successes. God, I want to forget any past that is not worth […]
What are the odds of someone doing extraordinary things if that person lost their sight, hearing and speech at nineteen months of age? Helen Keller overcame enormous disadvantages to influence the world. Although her teacher and mentor, Anne Sullivan, achieved great results with her, ultimately, Keller’s success was up to Keller. How many of you […]
A man was sleeping at night in his cabin when suddenly his room filled with light, and God appeared. The Lord told the man he had work for him to do, and showed him a large rock in front of his cabin. The Lord explained that the man was to push against the rock with […]
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Whenever we pray the rosary we always wonder what is its root and history. Below are three of the common devotional prayers in honor of the Blessed Mother. Notice that the petition aren’t equating Mary with God or comparing her abilities with Jesus’ abilities. These are simply asking for Mary’s help and for her intercession. […]
I do a lot of management training each year for the Circle K Corporation, a national chain of convenience stores. Among the topics we address in our seminars is the retention of quality employees – a real challenge to managers when you consider the pay scale in the service industry. During these discussions, I ask […]
When things go wrong as they sometimes will, When the road you’re trudging seems all uphill, When the funds are low and the debts are high, And you want to smile but you have to sigh, When care is pressing you down a bit… By all means pray, and don’t you quit. Success is failure […]
Pure Intentions Can Never Go Wrong Two brothers worked together on a family farm. One was unmarried and the other married with children. They shared what they grew equally as they always did, produce and profit. But one day, the single brother said to himself, “You know, it’s not right that we should share the […]
A Simple Strategy on How A Simple Gesture Of Friendship Can Win an Enemy A student with great interest in an enthusiasm for the Third World went to India and soon suffered a culture shock. Suddenly, everything annoyed him: the climate, the food, the living conditions, the strange mysterious faces around him. But what really […]
Workplace Prayers To decide and act in the light of your Holy Will O God, author of life and source of goodness, I come to you and humbly implore your divine assistance. I sincerely promise to decide and do things not on the basis of what I want nor of what others desire, not solely […]
The Lord is my pace-setter. I shall no rush. He makes me stop and rest for quite intervals. He provides me with images of stillness which restore my serenity. He leads me in ways of efficiency through calmness of mind. His guidance is peace even though I have a great many things to accomplish. I […]
There is a Perfect Time for Everything For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; A time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; A time […]
For my thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways my ways, says the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. For as the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return there […]
Theodore Isaac Rubin remarked: “Kindness is more important than wisdom, and the recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom.” Yet, there are some of us too busy developing projects and ascending careers to look to the work of kindness and the world of love. We see so often the world only as an opportunity […]
Guerrilla Goodness = Kindness A woman in a red car pulls up to the toll booth at the San Franscisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. “I’m paying for myself and the six cars behind me.” she says with a smile. One after another, the next six drivers arrive at the booth, money in hand. “Some lady up ahead […]
What Listening Costs To You? Of all the communication skills, listening is the most demanding and the least mastered skill. The ancient philosopher Zeno is quoted as saying, “We have been given two ears and but a single mouth, in order that we may listen more and talk less.” First of all, we must want […]
The Canadian Goose Story – An Inspiring Reflection on How Mere Creatures Display Their Loyalty and Brotherhood Ever wonder why Canadian Geese fly in V formation? Read on… Next autumn, when you see a group of geese heading south for the winter, flying along in V formation – you might consider what science has discovered […]
Is It Character or Reputation? I stumbled upon this very enriching insight from Atlee Beechy. He shared how his teachers have inspired him on how to always check on himself, on how would he gauge himself as he reacted on things or respond on a situation. My favorite part is when he always have to […]