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This week's reflection

This week's reflection

Fortunately, just as fear can be infectious, so hope is infectious. When individuals and families and communities, or even nations, come together around new found hope... that new momentum can be unstoppable. The smile replaces the frown. Conversation replaces silence. Fear of the future is replaced by confidence to respond to its challenges.

Chinua Achebe

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Reflection for April 03 2020

Fortunately, just as fear can be infectious, so hope is infectious. When individuals and families and communities, or even nations, come together around new found hope... that new momentum can be unstoppable. The smile replaces the frown. Conversation replaces silence. Fear of the future is replaced by confidence to respond to its challenges.

Chinua Achebe

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Reflection for March 27 2020

We must rediscover the concreteness of little things, small gestures of attention we can offer those close to us, our family, our friends. We must understand that in small things lies our treasure. They are familiar gestures of attention to the details of everyday life that make life meaningful and that create communion and communication among us.

Pope John Francis

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Reflection for March 20 2020

The very last thing we need right now is a mindset of mutual distancing... We actually need to be thinking in the exact opposite way. Every hand that we don't shake must become a phone call that we place. Every embrace that we avoid must become a verbal expression of warmth and concern. Every inch and every foot that we physically place between ourselves and another must become a thought as to how we might help that other, should the need arise. Let's stay safe. And let's draw one another closer in a way that we've never done before.

Rabbi Yosef Kanefsky

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Reflection for March 13 2020

It only takes a split second to smile and forget, yet to someone that needed it, it can last a lifetime.

Steve Maraboli

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Reflection for March 06 2020

Lent is about becoming, doing and changing whatever it is that is blocking the fullness of life in us right now.

Sr. Joan Chittister, OSB

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Reflection for February 28 2020

..you also carry the potential to have a mighty influence in the world. The seeds of that potential already live within you and around you.

Jim Cathcart

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Reflection for February 21 2020

Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.

Joseph Campbell

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Reflection for February 14 2020

One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say.

Bryant H. Mcgill

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Reflection for February 07 2020

God of compassion, be to me the lifter of burdens, for illness weighs me down in body, mind and soul. As I find rest in your love, renew my life with hope. Amen.

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Reflection for January 31 2020

God has given us two hands, one to receive with and the other to give with.

Billy Graham

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Reflection for January 24 2020

Gong Xi Fa Cai - Happy New Year

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Reflection for January 17 2020

It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.

Harry Truman

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Reflection for January 10 2020

We join in prayer and concern for those grieving the loss of 176 people in the plane that crashed near Tehran, Iran. We grieve with those who grieve. We mourn with those who mourn. We offer our hearts and our hands with love and support. We pray for comfort for those who feel the pain most deeply. We honour those whose lives were taken too soon. We will remember them.

Dalai Lama XIV

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Reflection for January 03 2020

Let your joy be in your journey - not in some distant goal.

Tim Cook