Monthly Archives: September 2011

I Surrender

Father, I abandon myself into your hands; do with me what you will. Whatever you may do, I thank you: I am ready for all, I accept all. Let only your will be done in me, and in all your … Continue reading

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There is no time like … now

Take time to think – It is the source of power. Take time to read – It is the foundation of wisdom. Take time to play – It is the secret of staying young. Take time to be quiet – … Continue reading

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Christ said:

For Christ said this: Pray inwardly, Though you sense nothing Though you see nothing Though you think you can achieve nothing For in dryness and in barrenness In sickness and in feebleness Then is your prayer completely pleasing to me … Continue reading

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What Pleases God

On the Torah’s day of joy, Ball-Shem’s pupils celebrated, drinking the master’s wine. The rabbi’s wife complained:   “If they drink all the wine, there won’t be any for the ceremony,” she said. “Put an end to the party,” replied the … Continue reading

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the Cost of Faith …

We know very little of the cost of our faith. While a vast number of believers around the world have had to sacrifice their families and jobs and food, we respond like martyrs if God calls us to live with … Continue reading

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Cailles en Sarcophage!

“Mercy is endless and we only need receive it in gratitude.” ~ General Loewenhielm from Babette’s Feast

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Light for the world …

In June of 2010, Joan Chittister, author of  “Uncommon Gratitude: Alleluia for All That Is”, delivered “Forget the Answers; It’s the Questions that Count” — a message to the book publishers and sellers gathered at the annual Religious Booksellers Trade … Continue reading

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