Wounded Wanderers in Need of Grace

Composing Catholic

These are difficult times. In the face of such division, hatred, disagreement, feuding, and tension in our world, what should we do? Should we dig in our heels? Should we yell our message even louder? Should we bury our heads in the sand and pretend that all is well?

Three quotes came to mind.

“I say to you, love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you.” — Jesus, Matthew 5:44

Jesus makes it very clear; we are to love our enemies, and we are to pray for those who harm us.

“This shift in our world, many will have to heal themselves deeply by doing their inner work, releasing burdens within themselves, and creating enough space so that their own self-love can breathe deeply and expand into unconditional love. As more expand into this field of greater egolessness, the world will shift with us and be significantly relieved…

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