It is from Christ Himself, brother, that you will learn how to love Him.
We rest when we seek a "solitary place" (Mk. 6:31) to be silent; to enter into ourselves; to listen to our conscience and perceive, beyond our fears and tensions, the presence of God who loves and cares for us.
Christian love has a social and political dimension. We love when we design and organize social life in such a way that no one suffers
Take war, for example... “Do you think that, if God existed and were omnipotent, he would allow such slaughter?"
Our fruitfulness in the world depends on prayer, where we welcome the words of Jesus to begin to think like him, see things as he would see them, and act in every situation as he would
[Christ] stands, always and everywhere, before the face of God; his own soul is the Holy of Holies... He gazes upon the uncovered face of the Eternal One and has nothing to fear.
"No, my great love and the desire I have that souls be saved are incomparably more important than these sufferings"
Christ acted this way with his disciples: He told them many parables and maxims the wisdom of which they did not understand
When Jesus speaks, it's obvious that something different. When Jesus comes forward to speak in the synagogue he doesn’t simply comment on what has been said in the past
God seemed so present to me that I thought of St. Peter's words: You are Christ, Son of the living God