Monday, 20 December 2010

Start by doing what is necessary

"Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible."
St. Francis of Assisi
During (m)any Christmas-- although majority of us are happy, cheerful and smiled--  many people are sad because of their loneliness.  Perhaps this year, meaning of your life is gone along with someone close to you.  I myself have suffered from a loss recently. 
If you are wondering if your life is worth living right now, replace your thoughts with an image of the Holy Family. Among Them there is a solution to any of your problem -- They know exactly what does it mean to be lonely. They went through it too. 
While experiencing pain, try to fight back your gloomy moods with three simple steps:
  • First of all, be persistent in trusting ( as Mary did);
  • Secondly, take every opportunity that is given to you by the Saviour ( God kept Joseph by Mary's side);
  • And be happy with HIM ( at the end God rewarded the trust of the Holy Parents).
With Him impossible is nothing,  so be open to the abundance of possibilities, and remember about the necessity of your holy life - that is the base for your future happiness. 
Tomasz, Racibórz

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