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Tag: Litany of Humility

Charitable Intention: What’s Your Motive?

March 11, AD2018 5 Comments
Charitable Intention: What’s Your Motive?

Don’t you just love the warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you perform a good work for someone else? We truly are blessed to be able to help others in need. St. Paul alludes to this in his farewell address to the Ephesians, “…we must help the weak, and keep in mind the words of […]

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Aggravations–Sources of Grace

April 19, AD2017 4 Comments
Aggravations–Sources of Grace

Oh, the Aggravations We Face! Do you know someone whose purpose in life seems to be to aggravate you? You know what I mean, right? This person is the one who manages to raise your blood pressure just about any time that you interact with them. Maybe it’s the things they say to you. Perhaps […]

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Detachment: Camels Can Pass Through Needles

December 30, AD2015 1 Comment
Detachment: Camels Can Pass Through Needles

Perhaps you have heard this old business saying: “It’s better to seek forgiveness than to ask permission.” Indeed, my admittedly brief time in the field of big business indicates that asking permission has about a 50 percent success rate, at best. So, without your permission, I roll the dice and talk about something that might […]

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