The Sacrament of Waiting by Fr. James Donelan, S.J.

The Sacrament of Waiting by Fr. James Donelan, S.J.

The English poet John Milton wrote that those who serve only also stand and wait. I think I would go further and say that those who wait render the highest form of service. Waiting requires more discipline, more self-control and emotional maturity, more unshakable faith in our cause, more unwavering hope in the future, more sustaining love in our hearts that all the greatest deeds of deering-do go by the name of action.

Waiting is a mystery – a natural sacrament of life – there is a meaning hidden in all the times we have to wait. It must be an important mystery because there is so much waiting in our lives.

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Attracting Love Into Your Space

I just learned something so valuable today that I cannot help but share it with all of you. It's simple, so I'm going to keep this short. Anyway, I was listening to spiritual teacher Abraham Hicks  today, and her lesson on attracting love was the best thing I have heard in such a long time! She says that if we want to attract love, then we need to be aligned with the vibration of love. How do we do that?

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