Monday, September 22, 2014

Nothing is hidden that will not be revealed ...

Luke 8: 16-18


Just think about that when you worry too much about the lives of others ...

And mind your own business.

7 comments:

  1. What if it is your business?...I'm a mom and gramma. LOL! And with 5 kids, 5 spouses, and 22 born grandchildren and one unborn grandbaby on the way....that's plenty to mind....sometimes literally. I'll be minding the business of four of them next weekend while I'm babysitting. And I plan to take the three oldest to Confession.

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    1. Then it's your business to say something. I wish I could say what the post is about.

      Anyway - you know who you are and you know your responsibilities and when you need to act or speak out. Nothing wrong with that. My last two posts must sound as if I'm being critical of others - it's more about what I need to know and do to remain on an even keel.

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    2. I didn't think you were being critical at all, Terry. I just got to thinking about the five corporal and five spiritual works of mercy which are all about minding the business of others. But we sure need to pray and discern about who those "others" are! You keep me reflecting on the virtue of charity. Thanks be to God and thank you too.

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  2. It means many things to me, Terry.

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  3. Glad you didn't ditch us Terry. And what is the photo you used for this post?

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    1. It's a clue. It is the sacristy dome of the Cathedral in St. Paul, MN.

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  4. Your blog is so civil, Terry. Whenever I want to exit the whirlwind of the Net, I stop by and read. (Beautiful photograph, btw.)

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