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Awareness of self love

https://notmyfirstrodeoblog.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/01-deep-peace-choral-version.m4a “Deep Peace”, Bill Douglas, from the album of the same name, (1996)

As mentioned in my last post, are not all these special “problems”, my special problems, simply a manifestation of of my own  “Love of self”? 1,244 more words

The Inner Struggle

Junge Familien - aber bitte keine Ausländer

Die ganze Debatte um die Worte Christian Lindners über die Schlange beim Bäcker[1] erinnert mich an manche Szene, die ich selbst neunziger Jahren des 20. 657 more words


May Challenge (5) - About Me

Day 5 – What worries you

Starting to feel like I chose the wrong prompt list LOL
So personal. 190 more words


John Allen on Catholic Voices: 'compelling, honest, and incredibly human'.

Catholic Voices succeeds by reframing arguments rather than retorting John Allen gives his warm appreciation of Catholic Voices here, and in the process articulates some of the priorities of effective communication: In the face of incomprehension and even hostility from the media, don’t get angry, reframe the conversation. 25 more words


Dialogue, Respect and Freedom of Expression in the Public Arena

Mgr Fernando Ocáriz – Closing Address, #ChurchCom18

We need to resolve our differences through forms of dialogue which help us grow in understanding and mutual respect. 78 more words


Letture - Luisa Sparavier - Le ore in testa

Cerca di meritartelo. Sono le ultime parole che contano qualcosa nel film Salvate il soldato Ryan.

Mia moglie per eccesso di affetto protettivo mi ha nascosto per meditarlo tra sé, e/o io gliel’ho lasciato nascondere senza chiederne conto, il volumino di Luisa Sparavier  Le ore in testa; ma il librino preso il suo tempo, è ben saltato fuori per lasciarsi leggere. 863 more words

Pasquale D'Ascola


Yesterday, speaking with a friend, I shared some thoughts on “mortification” that occurred to me on a run a few days back. The word seems to come up often in Opus Dei circles, or quotes from Jose Maria Escriva, which is probably why it was on my mind, but I think the concept itself is pretty common place among Catholic, Christian, etc. 728 more words