By Henri J. M. Nouwen
A appealing booklet particularly for the Lenten Season that offers a special notion for every day. This purchace arrived in nice timing and is in very good .
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Let’s rejoice in the little light we carry and not ask for the great beam that would take all shadows away. JANUARY 9 Stepping over Our Wounds Sometimes we have to “step over” our jealousy, or our feelings of rejection and move on. The temptation is to get stuck in our negative emotions, poking around in them as if we belong there. ” Yes, we can get attached to these negative identities and even take morbid pleasure in them. It might be good to have a look at these dark feelings and explore where they come from, but there comes a moment to step over them, leave them behind and travel on.
It is an act that removes anger, bitterness, and the desire for revenge from our hearts and helps us to reclaim our human dignity. We cannot force those we want to forgive into accepting our forgiveness. They might not be able or willing to do so. They may not even know or feel that they have wounded us. The only people we can really change are ourselves. Forgiving others is first and foremost healing our own hearts. JANUARY 28 Forgiving in the Name of God We are all wounded people. Who wounds us?
There is not a moment during the day or night when we are not thinking. ” Sometimes we wish that we could stop thinking for a while; that would save us from many worries, guilt feelings, and fears. Our ability to think is our greatest gift, but it is also the source of our greatest pain. Do we have to become victims of our unceasing thoughts? No, we can convert our unceasing thinking into unceasing prayer by making our inner monologue into a continuing dialogue with our God, who is the source of all love.