Gathering of Love With God's Action in Plantagenet, Ontario,

Through His Instrument, The Girl of My Will in Jesus


2007-10-06 – Evening 


The Girl of My Will in Jesus in the Holy Spirit: Would you like to hear the Lord while you are having your snack? The Lord, he takes you as you are.

The Lord accepts everything you present to him; he doesn’t try to change his children with an iron rod; he transforms his Father's children through movements of love, all the while inviting you to be close to his Heart and to have your snack with him. He enables the need to grant him room to rise up within us.

What we’re living is for love, it’s for those we carry within us. We are people who have said our yes to The Love.

Every day, we have gone forward while trying to nourish ourselves with Jesus; we have learned to savour the Presence of Jesus, the Eucharistic Presence; we have learned to give him our life. We have heard the Word and the Word nourished us, but have you noticed that we’re missing something? Jesus, the Body of Jesus, the Blood of Jesus.

We are hungry for the Body of Jesus and we are thirsty for the Blood of Jesus, because we have tasted them: we can no longer go without that flavour.

Yes, God the Father is the Winegrower; yes, Jesus is the Vine and we are the branches on the Vine; we are nourished by everything that flows throughout the Vine, which makes us a strong branch, always ready to remain attached to the Vine. Even if there's a strong wind, even if there are earthquakes, we hang on to the Vine because we have tasted, we have tasted that Nourishment: we can no longer go without that Nourishment!

God is turning us into a wine of love, God is turning us into a flesh of love for everything that is around us, and what is around us? Well, branches like us – people who have tasted the Body and Blood of Jesus.

Yes, the Word is living; yes, the Word guides us; yes, the Word lights up our life; yes, the Word makes us beings who are alive; yes, the Word always leads us to go further, to climb the mountain all the way to the top, and there, at the very top of the mountain, we see creation, we admire the beauty of all God created for us. We see the light; a light is upon us, a light shines – it touches us in our heart of hearts in order to have us taste the Presence.

We want to taste the Presence; we don’t only want to hear, we don’t only want to be in the Word – we want to be the Word, we want to taste, we want to have his taste buds, we want to have what he told us: “Eat my Body, drink my Blood.”

Yes, we want to eat the Flesh of Jesus! We aren't cannibals; we eat the flavour of The Love, we eat what turns us into beings of love.

We’re made of love, we need love. If we lack love, we lack flavour. If we don’t have enough of that Blood of love, we lack what is important in our life: the taste of the eternal Love, which is what allows life to flow within us, which is what gentles our movements of love – we enter within ourselves, and then, we feel as if we are in a movement of eternity, where God wants us to be – in front of his Trinity.

When we taste the Body and Blood of Jesus, the Body and Blood of Jesus lead us before the Trinity. Before the very presence of God, we are there, before him, and he draws near: he gives us his Body, he gives us his Blood, for the priest is no longer himself, he is the Christ-Priest. He isn't just the person who is speaking – he's the Word: he acts, he comes to take us, he comes to take hold of us, he comes to bring us the Nourishment, a nourishment that enters within us and enables us to taste our life, a nourishment that has the flavour of The Love.

There is nothing comparable to the Blood of Jesus! It is so gentle inside us, it is so flavourful inside us; it has an effect on the tiniest details of our life, and this leads us there, right into the very Heart of Jesus, and then we taste, we taste his Life: his Blood flows through us, his Blood has the flavour of God's gentleness, of God's tenderness, and it is warm.

What else can give us all this? It was necessary for the Word to draw us in; it was necessary for Jesus to come speak to us about his Father; it was necessary for Jesus to be present before us so that he could be, for us, a witness to the presence of God the Father in our life: this the Word.

When we open that holy Book, we hear the Word of Jesus that comes for us, the Word of Jesus that invites us to eat his Body and his Blood, the Word of Jesus that leads us to the very heart of our existence on earth.

It was necessary for Jesus to speak to us about his Life; it was necessary for Jesus to detail our life to us so we could enter the movement of the Life, and to enter the movement of the Life, we must enter the Life, we must go straight to the Life, where the Body and the Blood of Jesus are.

We want to be in Jesus, we want to die in Jesus, therefore, Jesus says to us, “I am the Flesh, I am the Living Body, I am the All. Whoever eats my Flesh, whoever drinks my Blood is in me.”

These are the words of the Gospel, living words, and all those who go to mass will take part in this eternal Movement. They go to the very source that keeps their life moving: Jesus is the eternal Life, he is everything to us.

We need nourishment for our mind: Jesus.

We need eyes filled with love in order to contemplate love: Jesus.

We need the sense of hearing to be able to hear The Love speak to us about love: Jesus.

We need the ability to speak to be able to enter into the Word, to form but one word, to speak of love, to invite others to be in love; we need the Word: Jesus.

We need to be in motion, active; we need to witness the very presence of Jesus in our movements by knowing that his presence is in our entire being: Jesus.

We need to be in the Heart of The Love; we need to enter his holy Presence, to allow love to flow within us, the love that nourishes our heart, the love that enables us to love who we are, to love our brothers and our sisters with the Heart of Jesus, fed by his Blood: The Love.

How can we deprive ourselves of the Eucharist? It’s the very heart of Jesus’ teaching. Everything has been written; it is impossible for us to not believe in his Word.

We need the Eucharist to be nourishment to our brothers and our sisters. How can we say ‘our brothers and our sisters’ if we don’t go to receive the only Nourishment necessary to our life: the Body and Blood of Jesus? Take away the Eucharist and we will be incomplete; we would have the Word but we wouldn’t have the Movement.

Whoever believes in Jesus has eternal life! In order to believe in Jesus, it is necessary to die in Jesus. We cannot be on the outside and understand the inside; we must enter within in order to understand what is happening within us. If we remain on the outside, we read the Old Testament, we read the New Testament.

The Old Testament, Word of light, Word that was given to us by The Love, is about: a God who gives himself, a God who reveals himself to rebellious children, a God who makes us love him through the very Presence in children who fight to preserve their belief – the belief that one God is above all other gods, the belief that one God is the only one who is the Almighty.

Man has always battled internally. This battle has always existed in the one who had not died in Christ; it was necessary for him to taste the Body and the Blood of the Son of God made Man.

In the Old Testament, there were many battles. People wanted to believe in a powerful God, in a God who was good, in a God who was free, in a God who didn’t force children to be subjected to the power of just any god.

Those who fought for God believed in the existence of a God who was above all they were able to see and all they were not able to see. They were ready to give up their lives out of love for God, freely, and God was manifesting himself to them through prophets. They could see the signs of the very presence of an almighty God, of a God who wanted people to adore only him, to love only him; a God who protected his children, his people, his chosen ones; a God who had his chosen people move forward among those who believed in gods.

God had his people, his chosen ones, move forward by showing them his power, by asking them to be faithful to him; a strong God, a powerful God, a God who promised them a life of love, a place where all would be nothing but peace, a place where all would be solely under his watchful eye, a place where God would fulfil them endlessly.

That is the Old Testament, that was the path followed by all those who would come to taste that happiness, savour the very presence of God in their lives, and who were shown that they were the chosen ones. But for this to happen, it was necessary that God have them taste him, it was necessary that God enter their flesh, their rebellious flesh, their flesh that wants and that falls, their flesh that believes and that doubts, their flesh that hopes and that knows unfaithfulness to their God.

Jesus came to speak; the Son of God made Man came to tell them, “I am the Son of God, the One you have been waiting for,” and men didn’t believe because they hadn't yet tasted the Flesh, the Blood of the Son of God: they refused to believe in what he was saying.

When Jesus died on the Cross, Jesus showed them that the Flesh had to die in order to be reborn. Jesus showed them that all those who would give themselves out of love to the Son of God would taste love, would feel through their entire being the very flavour of the love destined for them. Jesus had to die so that they could receive the Body of Jesus.

The human being needs to feel the Eternal Flesh within his flesh, the human being needs the Blood of Jesus so he can taste love. Without the Flesh of Jesus and without the Blood of Jesus, we are incomplete.

Once all was accomplished, the Holy Spirit came upon them in the form of tongues of fire, and they understood the Word of God. They understood that Jesus had given himself up on the Cross so they might understand that he was present in their lives, that everything that passed between their hands would come alive, present, and what was in their hands was the Body of Jesus, was the Blood of Jesus. They had to live this; this had to be within them for them to be in that movement of love.

Over time, man has been in the Word; he came to know the Word but because he didn’t taste the Body and the Blood of Christ with that abandon, he was not able to be in that movement, that gift of life. One must give oneself in order to taste; if we don’t give ourselves, we don't taste.

When we receive Jesus, we give ourselves, and because we give ourselves, Jesus, Jesus takes us, Jesus has us taste his Body and his Blood.

Resist this movement and Jesus will respect you; resist his appeal for love and Jesus will respect you; we have a God of freedom. He will wait, he will wait for the moment when we, we will say, “Yes, I want to die in you; I don’t only want to be before you and listen to your Word, explain your Word, I want to go further than that. I want my yes to be a full yes, I want to die in your Word. To die in your Word is to no longer be before you, but to be in you; and in order to be in you, I have to deny myself, I have to die, I have to die like you died on the Cross, I have to shed my blood up to the last drop in order to taste The Love.” And in order to do this, it is necessary to taste the Body and the Blood of Jesus.

When we go to Communion, that’s when we agree to die, because the moment the Flesh of Jesus enters us, we are no longer, we are the Flesh of Jesus. When the Blood of Jesus flows within us, the love of Jesus turns us into a being that has the flavour of love. And then, God the Father knows we love him, then God the Father knows we have died in his Son in order to go to him.

How can we not desire this death, which is our resurrection? This is what the Eucharist is all about! How is it that men and women, who have tasted the Body and the Blood of Jesus, have turned away? How is it that those people don’t understand what the Holy Spirit wants to make them understand? That’s because they made choices and those choices belong to them – those choices don’t belong to us.

Every person is complete within his flesh; the mind belongs to the person who thinks; it is the same for sight, speech, hearing, actions, his feelings.

If they keep these for themselves, then they run the risk of tasting things other than the Body and Blood of Jesus.

The Body and Blood of Jesus, we need them in order to always be loyal to the love of God the Father, and God the Father gave us his Son out of love, gave us his Son to lead us to him: “Die in my Son and come to me.” He didn’t give us his Son to say, “Listen to his Word, love my Son and come to me.”

We aren't able to go to God the Father, not us, because we, do we encompass everyone? Without Jesus, we don’t encompass everyone, but when we’re in Jesus, we encompass everyone, we form a whole.

God, when he willed his Son for us, we were all in his Son; doesn’t it say in the Word that we existed before all was created? Well, where were we? Over here and over there, on Jupiter, Mars, the moon… were we spread out, some over here, some over there, all over the place, in a certain era, the era of the dinosaurs, in the ice age? Were we over there, some of us here and some of us over there? We were in Jesus, in the Eternal Flesh; we were all in The Love, in Jesus. And so, it’s in Jesus that we journey towards the Father: all was and all shall be – that is us in Jesus.

Are we able to hear these words, desire these words, want to live all this to the letter, and be outside of the Flesh of Jesus? No, we cannot! Therefore, in order to go to the Flesh of Jesus, we must enter the Flesh of Jesus.

How can we enter the Flesh of Jesus? He isn't here in the Flesh, he left to go to his Father! He's here in every Eucharist, Jesus is fully here: his Flesh is here, his Blood is here, and he invites us to enter into him, to die in him, to enter his Flesh.

He said, “I am in you and you are in me”; is this only in your mind? Then, if this is only in your mind, why did he say, “When your flesh will be resurrected, the living and the dead will come before me”? Well, does this mean that our flesh, which has disappeared, has died and was buried, will come back to life? Does this mean that all those who are nothing but bones will be nicely filled out so as to be presented to God? Because that’s what the resurrection of the flesh is: we are dust and through his almightiness, we will come back to life; dust will become flesh and bone once again and there will be life, and we will come before the Life.

If we have faith, then we must believe that this is true, for this is written in the Gospel: we will have flesh eternally, the soul will be enveloped in flesh eternally.

How can we not believe that our flesh will be whole in Jesus? We won't be standing beside Jesus because we came here through the choice of the Father, while we were in the Eternal Flesh, in Jesus, and it is in Jesus that we will live eternity.

We will live eternity with our pure and purified flesh, and all this is for eternity; therefore, to be in Jesus we must enter into Jesus. How is this possible? Is he going to swallow us? Is it possible that Jesus is a person who likes flesh, who eats flesh? He's not a cannibal!

Ah! Jesus of love, how great and beautiful are your plans! You lead us here to discover a truth that we weren't ready to discover: Jesus is the Eternal Flesh, and we are in Jesus. We have always been so and we will always be so, if this is what we desire.

At this moment, we are in the suffering Flesh of Jesus; we aren't outside the suffering Flesh of Jesus – that’s false! But when Jesus comes to give himself to us, he has us taste a perfect Flesh, a pure Flesh, he gives us the desire to be perfect, to be eternal, to want that life. This is life in Jesus.

That is why, tonight, when we heard the Word, we felt in our flesh, in our spirit, that we were missing the Flesh and the Blood of Jesus.

All those who don’t believe that Jesus is in the Eucharist always search for themselves; they are the ones who search for themselves: they try to find themselves in writings, they try to find themselves in their theories, they try to find themselves through a faith, they try to find themselves through things that might satisfy them. Because they are love, because they are in the Flesh of Jesus, they are our flavour as well; they need us as we, we need them; therefore, we must give ourselves as Jesus gives himself.

Jesus, through the almightiness of the Holy Spirit, has us hear what we, we need to hear.

But if we go back a few years, we weren't even thinking about this; we were too busy with our life out in the world; he had to come for us, didn’t he, so he could say to us, “I give you my Flesh, I give you my Blood. Are you really present within yourself when I speak to you, when I have you taste my Body and my Blood?” Most of the time we weren't, were we?

And so, our brothers and our sisters, who haven't yet understood this movement of love, they need, they need our yeses to The Love, and our yes to The Love must be unconditional, must love without judging, without opinion. Oh! How hard it is to keep our opinions to ourselves! We shouldn’t even have an opinion.

We have been taught. Remember what the Holy Spirit had us hear this morning, this afternoon: the little being who was in the mother’s womb – that could have been us, couldn’t it? God nourished him with love in the mother’s womb, and the soul was receiving graces to give him strength. Well, if he needed strength, that was because he was going to face something that would bring him suffering; therefore, this means that that flesh would come to know great suffering.

And he also told us that he had felt a movement, an invisible movement, a movement that was present in his flesh: he didn’t understand this! This means that the flesh, which was developing, which was growing, was already suffering, was already in movements that were going to be part of his life.

This is why the soul was giving graces of strength, was preparing the child to be in his human will, was preparing the child to live in a flesh that was going to suffer. But the soul was always fulfilling the child internally; the soul was so happy because it was receiving from God.

When the child emerged, the soul was still in contact with the flesh because the child’s spirit was not yet open to this world, not yet, and the soul was keeping the child in that movement of love; it was graces that kept the child in that movement of love.

When the child began to grow older, then he felt, then he felt that his flesh was taking up room, and the child’s mind wanted to hear, wanted to be in contact with love; he searched for love, he wanted to taste once more what was present within him: grace.

Grace was still present in the child despite the suffering of the flesh: the flesh was suffering because he was searching. If his flesh hadn't suffered, he wouldn’t have searched; he would have had everything, but he searched.

Listen carefully. A child who comes into the world – he searches, he's always looking for mom, looking for dad. Why? Because his flesh is suffering: his eyes turn from one side to the other, he turns his head, he wants, he shouts, he always needs his mother’s presence, he wants love, always love.

His flesh, his flesh is suffering; his flesh should fulfil the child; the flesh should always be in a movement of love and of peace, a movement that makes him dance with graces.

The soul that fulfils the child with graces of love, with graces of peace, with graces of joy, of tenderness, of gentleness – that child is fulfilled! He doesn’t need to search, he is fulfilled on his own, he has everything, he doesn’t need to ask, the mother is there, she communicates with the child, for he knows, he knows that mom is always loving towards him, he knows that dad is always loving towards him.

This is the child who comes into the world with a perfect flesh, with a spirit of love; he's fulfilled at every fraction of a fraction of a fraction of a second by love; he's nourished by the very Flesh of Jesus.

We’re far from this, we have never experienced this.

Jesus spoke to us of the child who is growing, the child who is disappointed, the child who, in his flesh, now knows fear, knows weakness, illness, rancour, anger, indifference, manipulation.

The child lives all this because he lacks love, because he wants love, because his thoughts are allowing themselves to be nourished by others, because his ears hear words that are not love, and those words enter and transform the being that he is; those words that emerge are no longer words of love to him; he doesn’t serve love because he's too disappointed with the words he hears.

And so, the words of others become nourishment; they nourish his own words and what emerge from him are words that aren't love for him: they aren't fulfilling, and as they aren't fulfilling, he's always searching for something that might satisfy him.

This is why, as he grew older, he became dull, he became manipulating; he developed a certain power, the power to control: “I control my life, and as I control my life, well then, I can control the lives of others because I have learned to control my life. Because I have learned to control my life, I can, therefore, control others.”

And so, he grew older and older, and because he controlled his life, he began to savour external things. He acquired knowledge; he loved to learn, he loved to be surrounded by human intelligence in order to develop his intelligence, and the more he learned to develop his intelligence, the more he wanted to go further, because his intelligence combined with the intelligence of others, was developing knowledge, and that knowledge always preceded what he was, so much so that he was becoming more and more proud of his own knowledge.

And so, the being kept on going, and his knowledge: why wouldn’t he use it to serve others? “I, I have knowledge, I can help others.”

He allows his pride to emerge in order to help others so that others can give him satisfaction, because when someone takes knowledge and puts it into practice, it is to demonstrate: that he knows what others do not know – “Okay, now I will help you.” And because he helps, this attracts compliments to him, this brings him satisfaction; he becomes dependent on his own knowledge: this is what he did. He became a being who wanted to help those who were like him: he, who was weak, claimed to be strong and wanted to help the weak. He no longer saw himself as weak, he saw himself as strong; he attributed what he was to himself. How is it possible to understand this? God wants us to understand that everything that is outside him is against us: everything.

If what we are comes from the knowledge that comes from God's Spirit, this nourishes our soul and our soul gives us graces so that we might always love, so that we might always give our life to God, and die in Jesus.

So, how many people have used their knowledge, learned from men[i], in order to learn more? And so, once again, they were learning things that were outside God, always outside Jesus, and therefore, they were unable to help the beings they were – this would have gone against what they were. It was as though the flesh no longer needed the Flesh of Jesus, but rather, the flesh of humans. The flesh of humans needs Jesus, needs the Eternal Flesh in order to always be in God's love so as to be able to turn to God.

If we don’t nourish ourselves with the Eternal Flesh, we don't understand eternity; if we don’t nourish ourselves with God's wisdom, the Flesh’s wisdom, we don't understand wisdom; if we don’t nourish ourselves with knowledge in relation to God's creation, we don't understand God's creation, and it’s the same for all knowledge.

All knowledge must be drawn from the Flesh of Jesus and when we are in the Flesh of Jesus, the Holy Spirit instructs us.

Leave the Eternal Flesh but don’t go to taste the Blood and Body of Jesus – you will lack, you will lack that nourishment essential to intelligence. You will then be inclined to live blindly and what you will see won't be the truth: certain people, who love God and who nourish themselves with the Body and Blood of Jesus, speak of God but are not in the Flesh of Jesus, in the Blood of Jesus.

And so, the child therefore becomes a person who is blind; he has the body that wants God but he doesn’t see God, he doesn’t hear God, he's deaf. And yet, he has eyes, he has ears, but he's the one who consented to remain blind and to remain deaf. He cannot be nourished by the Body and the Blood of Jesus because he refuses them; he refuses the Nourishment, the only Nourishment essential to sight and hearing.

What God wants to explain to us is that the human being needs the Body and Blood of Jesus for his soul and his flesh – not only for his soul but for his flesh. Those who refused to receive the Body and Blood of Jesus have slowly moved away from the truth; the truth became what they believe to be the truth.

There is only the Holy Spirit who enables us to see, to hear what God the Son sees and hears. The Holy Spirit cannot separate himself from God the Father, from God the Son, and God the Son became Flesh out of love for us; therefore, the Holy Spirit is in Jesus, and it is the Holy Spirit who enables us to see and to hear what Jesus sees and hears. And to see and hear what Jesus sees and hears, we must die in Jesus, we must taste the Body and Blood of Jesus.

There are no others paths; this is the only path – it is the life of God, it is our life in God.

There are so many people who, today, believe they are able to help our brothers and our sisters through the mind. They say that the mind is a tool that helps them understand the illness of children, the illness of adults: this is false – they cannot understand why the human being is sick.

Someone who is depressed, someone who has phobias, someone who is experiencing a burn-out goes to see a person to obtain healing; but that person who is using the mind, who is without the very presence of Jesus Eucharist, is crossing over into suffering, is entering the unknown, is entering blindness, is entering deafness, and it is with this that he tries to understand.

But where does this come from, this idea that they are able to enter the minds of beings who present themselves to them? It’s that they open up the past, a past that belongs to God, and whatever belongs to God is already over for the being; we do not enter thoughts that have already been purified. Jesus has already brought all this unto death and he purified our thoughts: this is to delay healing, this is to leave room for deceit, for manipulation.

We have received sacraments from Jesus, and those sacraments are graces for our soul, and our soul heals the mind.

Remember what we heard this afternoon: the mind belongs to God and it needs love. If it isn't nourished by love, it becomes sick and it isn't the mind of a man that will help another mind, that will give it the love that comes from God – it is graces that will heal and graces don’t belong to man, they belong to God, and it’s the same thing for everything regarding our health.

Remember this afternoon we prayed in Jesus so that doctors might be enveloped in the grace of God, because those doctors were supposed to be at the bedside of Father Provencher; well, we were giving our consent so that doctors might be enveloped by the grace of God, not our graces! The doctor doesn’t have that strength, but when he dies in Jesus, when he's enveloped by Jesus, then Jesus comes through.

The sacraments are very important: the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Confession, the Eucharist, Marriage, the Orders, Extreme Unction – these are living sacraments, sacraments that heal. It is the sacraments that heal; there are no others that heal; these sacraments are graces, and it is graces that heal. When we turn to the priest, that’s Jesus, and Jesus gives us the sacraments, and then, we heal.

Objects – remember we asked Jesus, “Bless these objects.” Those objects were then blessed by the power of God; God doesn’t refuse graces to his children, and those objects were purified by Jesus.

This is faith, and it is in this that we must believe and not in man; man, through his mind, can do nothing for us, through his knowledge, can do nothing for us.

Today, we even want to heal the soul through the 'self', we even want to increase faith through light, but that isn't the light of Jesus, but rather, a light made up of illusions. If we want the light, whether we go to Confession or we go to Communion, we will receive the Light.

Jesus Eucharist is the Light; there is no other, there's only Jesus.

There are so many errors that are occurring in the world, and even in the Church; children of God are being taught methods that are against the Gospel. Jesus said, “Come die in me, I am the Way, I am the Truth, I am the Life. Whoever believes in me has nothing to fear.”

Today, people are being taught about the 'self': how to draw out what is within us to help our neighbour, how to be a light to help others believe in Jesus, how to know the human mind in order to be able to help children return to mass. All this is nothing but human; there's no truth in all this – the only truth is Jesus.

Go to Confession, go and offer your fears and you will be healed. Go to Confession, go talk about your lack of forgiveness towards your father and your mother: you will be healed of your depression. And this is true for any suffering of the mind, this is true for any emotional suffering. Go to Confession and say, “I'm angry” – you will obtain healing. There's only Jesus who is the Doctor, there's no one else; Jesus Eucharist is our source of healing, there is no other.

People try to heal through hypnosis – this is a lie! People try to enter within the mind by inducing a state of unconsciousness resembling sleep to make the child speak, the child who needs to be healed. What will he draw from all this? Nothing but suffering.

We are giving our mind to a human to obtain healing: and what that human will give, is suffering, for it’s painful to know that peace and joy can be obtained only through material possessions, only through pleasure, only through freedom, only through the strength of our fists, only through our will – all this distances us from God's love. Only the love of Jesus heals, only the love of Jesus liberates.

Jesus, when he came on earth, addressed himself to men, men who weren't that intelligent – “Forgive me, Luke and Matthew” – they were men who were simple in their knowledge, they were men of the heart.

He chose men for the sake of love, men who were ready to open their hearts for the sake of love, for their neighbour, and he didn’t instruct their human minds but rather, he instructed their hearts.

You see, today, the priests who are of the heart, heal and liberate. Only the priests who have the Heart of Christ will heal and liberate, only the priests who have died in the Christ-Priest will heal and liberate; is this not written in the Gospel? This is the truth.

Therefore, let’s be good and leave all the room to God.

Before going to sleep tonight, we have to say our prayers. Let’s ask our guardian angel to lead us to the hands of Mary so that we can die in Jesus, and let’s think of our neighbours by bringing them with us – and then, we’ll have sweet dreams. Those dreams will be in the Will of God: they will heal us, will liberate us.

And so, let’s be the wisdom of God and let’s not waste time with useless words. Let’s go to bed. Amen.



[i] Men have learned through the knowledge of those who learned before them. And those had acquired their knowledge from others, who led them to learn what came from their own human will, which knew suffering.

Ignorance has seen to it that man learn through his shortcomings, for man did not allow God to instruct him.