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Cm-9.1.13  Sir. 3. 17-18, 20, 28-29  Ps. 68. 4-5, 6-7, 10-11 Heb. 12.

18-19, 22-24A

Cosmic connection: clear beautiful blue skies, a crow cawing in the wind

Question of the day:  How can I reach out to help the poor, the sick or the lonely?

Humility, a word coming from the earth,

Central too many religions,

A core virtue of modesty and respect more than a smidgeon.

Always the Lord makes a home for the poor

In beauty we look and seek for the grandeur.

Defender of widows providing for the needy,

Whatever god does is quite speedy.

The parable of the invitation comes to us this day. 

We must not take first the high places,

But seek the lowest so that we might be invited higher, 

Then in our joy will  not guess what might transpire. 

Take the yoke of Jesus upon your shoulders,

For He is meek and humble of heart.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                          

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Humility modesty, respectfulness simplicity

Cm-8.13.13  Dt 31. 1-8  Ps. 32.3-4AB,7, 8, 9&12  Mt. 18.1-5,10, 12-14

Cosmic connection: chill cold windless, clear skies to warm up

Question of the day: How might I be more open to the wonder of God’s presence today?

Moses realizes with his one hundred and twenty years that he won’t make it to the Promised Land.

He delegates Joshua to be the leader

He tells all Israel to be brave and steadfast for the Lord marches with them their feeder,

The presence of the Lord alongside as the Lord planned.

‘The portion of the Lord is his people.’

How right are the ways of the Lord!

The one we come to honor and adore,

Each of us a place of his dwelling a cathedral.

 

Jesus wants us to be simple and humble as a child,

The kingdom is not open to us unless we turn and become humbly styled,

Jesus is happy saving the straying one leaving the ninety-nine,-mild,

Each night let our examination rummage through our day of actions,

See if rummaging through our day if we were respectful, simple and humble   unrifled.                                                                                                                  


 

 

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