Dear Friends and Readers,
Sharing you some beautiful and useful reflections for the Holy Week or any time in our life:
Take an opportunity to embrace the magnificent gift of love, forgiveness and mercy and the responsibility to examine our life, don’t overlook conveniently one’s forgotten failures nor judge others for their deficiencies, accept the challenges, do better today and tomorrow.
Reflect in our heart to discover where we can be honest about our shortcomings, identify ways & places where we need to polish & sand away the rough edges of our lives.
The past cannot be changed but with acceptance, forgiveness, atonement and resolution, we can broaden the future.
Release the past memories of heavy grudges, anxiety and fears, hurting disappointments as you free your spirit to a better chances.
To forgive truly – touches your innermost core, it’s a rare humble gift for yourself and also for the offender and the offended.
Experience the serenity of one’s heart through contrite forgiveness and atonement.
Do we want to heal something?
Then accept, forgive and move on with compassion.
“Let’s follow the way of the cross: the humility, obedience, patience, perseverance and unconditional love we share to our love ones, to anyone, to every people of all walks of life we encounter as we daily carry our individual cross until death calls upon us.
One day as we shall also gloriously rise with Him and joyfully be in the utmost true unending happiness in a world beyond above life, where we shall be together with God and all of our love ones, in a world without end, Amen.
All these, we can always meditate not only during Holy Week season but in any time of our life as deep inside us is a strong root of our faith in God in any ordeal of our life, wherever we may be now and whomever we are with.
Remembering the passion, crucifixion, death and resurrection of Christ & the holy week tradition, we remember: it is even much more special and greater when we share it & live it: every time we promote peace, love, hope, charity & harmony
Not only in words but through good deeds with family, friends, colleagues, relatives and anyone we encounter; not only this Holy Week season but throughout the course of our life time.
Wishing you a blessed holy week celebration & a memorable happy Easter wonderfully spent with family & love ones.”
Greetings from Camiel, Angelica, Teresa, Giulia & Elisa