"St. Catherine of Siena once ascribed these words to God: 'I ask you to love me with the same love with which I love you. But for me you cannot do this, for I loved you without being loved. Whatever love you have for me you owe me, so you love me not gratuitously but out of duty, while I love you not out of duty but gratuitously. So you cannot give me the kind of love I ask of you. This is why I have put you among your neighbors: so that you can do for them what you cannot do for me -- that is, love them without any concern for thanks and without looking for any profit for yourself. And whatever you do for them I will consider it done for me."
June 19, 2013
Challenging reminder from yesterday's Word Among Us meditation:
Posted by TS at 2:59 PM