You can ask me: “Father, how can I become wise?” This is another challenge: the challenge to love. What is the most important lesson which you have to learn at the university? What is the most important lesson you have to learn in life? It is learning how to love. This is the challenge which life sets before you today. Learning how to love. Not just how to accumulate information. There comes a time when you don’t know what to do with it all. It’s a storehouse. Unless, through love, all this information can bear fruit. For this to happen, the Gospel proposes to us a serene and tranquil thing to do. It is to use three languages: the language of the mind, the language of the heart, and the language of hands. All three together, harmoniously: what you think, you feel, you do. Your information descends to the heart, moves it, and gets translated into action. And all this in a harmonious way: I think what I feel and do, I feel what I think and what I do, and I do what I think and what I feel. Pope Francis: “Words of Joy and Life”
Fourth of July blessings as we celebrate with grateful hearts the gift of freedoms in God
Who created us in his image and likeness!!!!