Awaiting 2015!

Saint Ignatius

Patient Trust

“Above all, trust in the slow work of God.
We are quite naturally impatient in everything
to reach the end without delay.
We should like to skip the intermediate stages.
We are impatient of being on the way to something
unknown, something new.
And yet it is the law of all progress
that it is made by passing through
some stages of instability—
and that it may take a very long time.
And so I think it is with you;
your ideas mature gradually—let them grow,
let them shape themselves, without undue haste.
Don’t try to force them on,
as though you could be today what time
(that is to say, grace and circumstances
acting on your own good will)
will make of you tomorrow.
Only God could say what this new spirit
gradually forming within you will be.
Give Our Lord the benefit of believing
that his hand is leading you,
and accept the anxiety of feeling yourself
in suspense and incomplete.”

—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, SJ, excerpted from Hearts on Fire

Before embarking the brand new year in just few hours, I would like to offer the above prayer, Patient Trust.

While I was looking on something to read on my Facebook news just now, I found out two very helpful articles for me:

1. An Ignatian Framework for Making a Decision

2. Cardinal Dolan’s 10-step guide to holiness

especially I am going to plan for my resignation in 2 years time if God’s will. (saying YES to my door of religious life) Jesus, I love you and I know You will take care of me.  In Jesus Christ, I put my total trust in You. Increase my trust in You Lord! Amen.

I would like to sum up my 2014 with the following phrase:

 

Praise the Lord!

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About C.K. Aaron

Engineer of human souls or I'd rather be called a lifelong-learner. I am Phleg-Mel. Docendo disco, scribendo cogito.I feel content with a good book and a cup of coffee.

Posted on December 31, 2014, in Discernment. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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