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Reflections

 


About 30 years ago, long before I was a priest, I was invited to dinner at a friend’s house. When I arrived I noticed that the father was not home yet and that the mother seemed rather distressed. She had three children under the age of ten and was in the middle of cooking dinner when I arrived. Seeing her anxiety I went to the living room and entertained the children while waiting for her husband to arrive and the dinner bell to ring. While in the living room I could see into the kitchen and I watched as she tried to open a one-gallon carton of milk. Suddenly the carton slipped out of he...



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janelott writes:

This was such an inspiring story, I decided to try that mother's tactic for myself. What a difference this has made in my life. The little frustrations of life no longer bother me. I'm happier; my relationships have improved; I have more compassion ~ for such a small change, an amazing miracle. You have changed the rest of my life. Thank you so much for writing this wonderful op-ed. And thanks to the Sentinel for allowing space to share it. Jane

 
 
 

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