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One Minute Reflection – 11 January

One Minute Reflection – 11 January

Enough then, of worrying about tomorrow.  Let tomorrow take care of itself.   Today has troubles enough of its own….Matthew 6:34

REFLECTION – “Let us strive to make the present moment beautiful!”…St Francis de Sales (1567-1622) Doctor of the Churchlet us strive - st frances de sales - 11 jan 2018
“Let us especially regret the smallest amount of time that we waste or fail to use in loving God.”..St John of the Cross (1542-1591) Doctor of the Church

PRAYER – Lord God, help me to remember that yesterday is gone forever and tomorrow may never come. Let me live in the present and strive to do Your will. Let me abandon myself to Your divine guidance and Your providence in all things. Amenlet us especially regret - st john of the cross - 11 jan 2018

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