The Logic of The Incarnate Word Concerning Wealth, Significance and Power: my own reflexion.

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I want to write a few sentences today about the previous post, it is supposed to be my own reflection. If at least 10 or 20 percent of those with substantial incomes decided to donate, say, 5 or 10 percent of their net income to improve the lives of those who really need that help, … Continue reading The Logic of The Incarnate Word Concerning Wealth, Significance and Power: my own reflexion.

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The Logic of The Incarnate Word Concerning Wealth, Significance and Power.

In a lot of situations in everyday life, we can observe that possession, importance and power are important to many people. Some entrepreneurs, but also employees, are guided in their daily choices by the desire to have wealth, to be significant and to have power. These three desires (desire for wealth, desire for significance and … Continue reading The Logic of The Incarnate Word Concerning Wealth, Significance and Power.

The Holy Mass: source of grace, source of strength…

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The Holy Mass can become a source of grace, a source of strength, it can give what people cannot give. For me, the Holy Mass is an encounter with the living God, an encounter with Him, with Jesus Christ in His Word, in His Body (while receiving Holy Communion). The Mass is something that cannot … Continue reading The Holy Mass: source of grace, source of strength…

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A few sentences from my second book.

"Day after day, week after week and year after year I began to "soak" in theoretical knowledge in the field of personal development. Gradually, a view of a successful and happy life was formed in my mind. Now I know that I can and want to be in charge of my life, that I create … Continue reading A few sentences from my second book.

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Angels and their tasks (according to Catholic Church).

In the life of a Catholic, faith in angels and their help to us humans has an important place. What does the Catechism of the Catholic Church say about these spiritual creatures? The Catechism of the Catholic Church (Polish edition) contains teaching on the angels of God in paragraphs 328-336 and 350-352. According to paragraph … Continue reading Angels and their tasks (according to Catholic Church).

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We are all uncommon, do you agree?

In my opinion there are no ordinary people, we are all extraordinary, we have the potential to be extraordinary. What does it even mean: to be extraordinary? Maybe the unordinary are those of us who are not afraid to take risks, maybe it's those who have something to say to other people and say what … Continue reading We are all uncommon, do you agree?

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“Perverse thoughts separate a man from God, and when his power is put to the test, it reproaches the foolish.”

The title of this post is the words from Wisdom 1:1-7. I heard them today in the first reading at Mass. What is wisdom? How do we find it? Just by listening to God every day, feeding on his word, there is such a wealth of wisdom in Scripture. If we want to follow the … Continue reading “Perverse thoughts separate a man from God, and when his power is put to the test, it reproaches the foolish.”