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Sunday 19 March 2023

Fourth Week of Lent

Word of the day
The Gospel of John 3:14-21

It is probable

It is probable that humanity will end up taking the way of faith in God and of real liberty only after trying every other possible way.
It is probable that after considering all the misleading voices and lights, we will come to the realization that the voice of Jesus is the most reliable and peaceful one. Only he is the real light of the world.
It is probable that after having tried and provoked, with our reason, all fogs and possible confusions, one day we will let ourselves be wrapped and guided only by God's Holy Cloud; we will learn to choose the truth that frees, to talk together and to construct our dialogue and our human relationships in truth.
It is probable that after having spent our lives running after money and power, we will realize that our being thrives above all on liberty and loving respect.
It is probable that after have used all the energies at our disposal to justify all of the evil that we have done, we will one day realize what we have done and we will begin to ask for forgiveness.
It is probable that one day we will wake up from this hypnotic, unnatural dream and we will see Jesus, the Son of God, in his unapproachable splendor and we will realize who we have doubted in and derided during our life.
It is probable that one day we will become aware of of the absolute reality of the spiritual world and of the energy of divine light that pervades everything.
It is probable that the time will come we will not spend our time studying insignificant conclusions and opinions of human thinkers, but we will accept being taught from the Gospel and the Word of He who is.
It is probable that after we have exploited our physical and psychic health and denied our soul we will dedicate ourselves to nature and to life itself to make up for our perverse dedication to degrading, joyless exteriorities.
It is probable!
And this is the verdict, that the light came into the world, but people preferred darkness to light, because their works were evil. For everyone who does wicked things hates the light and does not come toward the light so that his works might not be exposed. But whoever lives the truth comes to the light, so that his works may be clearly seen as done in God.
Little else can be added.
Each of one of us knows and feels if and in what light or darkness we are living our lives.