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Scattering flowers ~

Love proves itself by deeds, so how am I to show my love?  Great deeds are forbidden me.
The only way I can prove my love is by scattering flowers, and these flowers are every little sacrifice, every glance and word, and the doing of the least actions for love. — Therese of Lisieux


Authentic Voice: An Editorial on Prayer

So I want to give you a little peek into the workings of my brain.  It’s a scary place, I know, but I’m sure you’ll meet colorful little people named Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust.  670 more words

Notwithstanding My Littleness

Notwithstanding my littleness, I dare to gaze upon the Sun of Love. I am filled with the hope that one day You will swoop down upon me and, bearing me away to that Source of all Love, you will plunge me at last into its blowing abyss.

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Work and the "little way"

You must give yourselves to work of some kind, so that the devil may always find you busy; no idleness on your part must give him a chance to pierce the defenses of your souls. 649 more words


Wake Up? Do I Have To?

Our new rescue pup, MayBelle, is a delight and a handful. Although she’s supposedly 4 years old, she is in many ways experiencing puppyhood with us. 656 more words


18th May 2015

Eternal Word, Savior! You are the Divine Eagle whom I love. You draw me. You came into this land of exile, willing to suffer and die, in order to carry away every single soul and plunge it into the very heart of the Trinity–love’s eternal home.

~~Thérèse of Lisieux


Holiness' Disposition

Holiness does not consist in this or that practice; it consists in a disposition of heart which makes us humble and little in the arms of God, well aware of our feebleness, but boldly confident in our Father’s goodness.

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