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|Who do you cry for – yourself or your loved one? ... Of course you cry for your |
loved one, because they are dead, but you are the one who has been left alive. ...
At the time, I thought it was rather a strange thing to say, but now I see it
differently. ... But death catches us unawares, and there is no sense in wishing
yourself dead, just to save you having to go through, what ... We feel aggrieved,
let down, disappointed. “We were supposed to live until we both grew old” you
cry. But we all die.
|not love, although we can empathise with them, and we do still show compassion|
. Would jim's wife grieve for steve ... What do you think? Of course you cry for your
loved one, because they are dead, but you are the one who has been left alive.
|within for many years of what a person or more has done to us, we made a silent |
oath within ourselves, “I shall not cry in the presence of folks! I will not shed a tear
because of the shattered pains of the past just made me stronger from within! ...
For most of us, we tell ourselves, “My shattered past had me strong from within no
matter if loved ones pass away, ... All at the same token rather it's past or present,
the people or the person who hurt us, most of us have these battles from our ...
|We may have little personal experience with someone who is dying. • We may |
have ... We may be afraid that our emotions will overwhelm us and that we might
cry. ... We may be uncomfortable with just “being” with the client rather than “
doing” things. ... We are not called to give answers but to give of ourselves as a
companion for the journey (Nouwen, 2005). ... People we love become a part of
us. ... She talked about her fears of dying and leaving her three little girls and her
|But after we have planted and watered, let us then know for certain that it is God |
who must give increase to the trees of our ... and therefore we must faithfully
attend to it, but as for the plenty of the crop or harvest, let us leave the care
thereof to our ... Let us not be troubled at finding ourselves always novices in the
exercise of virtues, for in the monastery of a devout life ... But after all, will some
one say, if I know that it is by my own fault my progress in virtue is so slow, how
can I help being ...
|for us is to gain the confidence in ourselves instead of trying to perfect the love |
we have for special people. ... human tenderness and, most of all, with a special
touch of the anointing of God that will bring deliverance to people who we have
not come to know. One of the greatest aspects in our life should be to help people
reach their full potential in this life. ... “For all that is in world, the lust of the flesh
and lust of the eyes and pride of life, is not of the father but is of the world” (1 Jn. 2
|As Paul will write later to Timothy, we become lovers of ourselves, worshippers of |
the things of man. This is ... will lead, as will all choices made outside of the
worship of God, not only to personal pain, but to national trauma. ... Whenyou cry
out for help, let your collection ofidols saveyou! ... But the man who makes me his
refuge will inherit the land andpossess my holy mountain. Isa 57:12-13 We have
left the question begging, however, as to whether we in fact have exalted our
|Yet he was approved rather than the haughty Pharisee, who justified himself by a |
comparison with other? ... By this we shall do them no injury, and shall ourselves
be incited to abound yet more and rrore iu every good word and work. ... Our Lord
has however left us ... This is tnv commandment that ye love one another, as 1
have loved you. ... But we may be sure that those are not Christians, who merely
profess, but those who do ; not those who cry Lord, Lord, but those who obey the
|We need to make sure that they know they are loved and cared for, regardless of |
the choices they make. ... Inviting them to share with us their understanding of life
and how they are trying to live that out not only helps us to better ... Not praying
that they will change and do what we think they should, but rather that they will
make the best choice possible for them. ... We can place our loved ones with
confidence in the hands of the one who will never leave them or forsake them,
and we ...
|cry with you when you are crying and will rejoice with you when times of rejoicing |
arise. ... so also Christ has revealed the truth that since He loves us He will cry
with us and willingly walk with us, regardless of the circumstances we encounter.