Saturday, July 14, 2007

Father Paul's Musings

By REV. PAUL HENSON, O.CARM.

Last Sunday, I received an anonymous note on my car that read, “Thank you. That’s just what my heart & soul needed!.” Without a doubt, it made my day and provided me with the strength and energy to complete my Sunday duties.

Thank you, anonymous person. Now, I’m not requesting a deluge of thank you notes, nor advocating anonymous missives. What matters is that this person took two minutes out of her day to express an encouraging sentiment. An uplifting thought remains empty unless it is acted upon. That’s the lesson of the Good Samaritan. He felt pity and responded positively.

Perhaps there is someone in your life who can benefit from a merry musing.

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