Saturday, December 08, 2007

Simplicity...

"According to St. Thomas, simplicity is attached to the virtue of veracity, which puts truth into speech, gestures, manner of being and of living." (Three Ages of the Interior Life)

3 comments:

  1. I love the name Three Ages of the Interior Life. It implies growth, progression, and hope. Hope because when you find yourself lacking and toiling with issues that others have seemingly been able to overcome, you know that the problem might be a sophomoric and infantile spirituality. Which means that by submitting ourselves to the proven traditions of the Catholic Church, we may not so much understand completely everything in life, but we will grow in despite the lack of answers. Besides, the growth and the conversion is an ongoing process.

    Remember this, “Tell them you have a new project. It will never be finished.”

    I hope I’ve made sense. LOL!
    Tom

    ReplyDelete
  2. I hadn't seen it on TV, but just watched the ad on YouTube. You're right, it is good.

    Even says "Christmas" in it.

    ReplyDelete

Anonymous comments will no longer be accepted.
Please comment with charity and avoid ad hominem attacks. I exercise the right to delete comments I find inappropriate. Be sure and double check if your comment posted after you do the verification deal - sometimes it doesn't print if you made an error.