Mt. 18:1-5, 10, 12-14 St. Hippolytus, St. Pontian, August 13, 2013

 

I prefer working with young people because for the most part they are not judgmental.  Look at their attitude on queer marriage, they are open and flexible. For when we are young we do not have the ambitions that drive us, we appreciage the moments of life.  Rumi said: “Out beyond the reason of wrong doing and right doing, thee is a field where I will meet you there.”  That is the heart of the young. That is my heart, and when I get judgmental I move away.  Thersa of Lieux talked about “my little way.” For me “my little way” is to seek with all my heart to live beyond the field of wrong doing and right doing, to live simply without judgment–to live with the wonder of a little child.  That is life. Deo Gratias! Thanks be to God

Veganism kindles a deep sense of peace in nature and of kinship, fellowship, and harmony with all life. It encourages a sense of inner richness that keeps growing and deepening as years go by, a sense of gentleness and of purpose. Will Tuttle

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