When we sin, we think we are geniuses;
when we confess, we know we are idiots.
Adreinne Von Speyr
from Lumina and New Lumina
(the Mayor attempts to drive herself donning her latest French driving barret /
Julie Cook / 2018)
As I’ve eluded these last past couple of days, I have a great deal I want to share…
For there has been so much gleaned during the past 18 days…
so many observations, so many revelations… but…as life would have it…
my desire for extensive sharing will have to wait just a bit longer.
I’ve been called into active duty…
The Mayor is requiring that her chief aide come to the Atlanta office for a few days
as her mom and dad’s work schedules this week will override the
daycare’s morning hours.
So the chief aide is having to pinch hit.
With that said, the offerings over the bulk of this coming week may be shorter
and sweeter rather than meatier and savory.
Therefore the offerings of thought and observations will have to suffice with a few thoughtful nuggets…little tasty morsels offered in order to tie us over until
time permits for further and more filling expansions…
“Your work—whether it is a chore around the house, a homework assignment,
a sports practice, or a job with an office and a paycheck—isn’t just a means to an economic end.
Nor is it something you need to ‘get over with’ in time for the weekend.
It is an essential part of your sanctification, a share in the divine brotherhood of Christ,
and a means of discovering your true self.
So the next time you are inclined to grumble about how much work you have to do,
try to remember that even this is an honor because it has been redeemed by Jesus.
If it was good enough for Him, it should be good enough for you.”
Fr. Augustine Wetta, OSB
from Humility Rules