Dearest sweetest Father:
Well, Papa, this has been quite a week. My disappointment with losing the
teaching job was very difficult. I ask Your blessings on my busy family and
special help with all my complaining to You and my self-pity. Please bless
our Holy Father, John Paul II on his trip to Fatima. I love You, Papa. Please
bless and protect my family, friends, those consecrated to You and those
who aren’t. If You wish to speak to me, I am listening, Father.
Simplicity is the remedy. It soothes your soul and mind, as well as your body. I
comfort you in My simplicity. Will you come to Me now that your life is settling
into a routine once again.
Then I ask you this: consider what it means to be “like” God. Pray on this and
refer to the chapters in John that deal with the Last Supper. What does it mean
to be like God your Father? When you understand this, you will be at peace
with your question: What am I to do. Temper your days with meditation on
My words to you—they are many but must be understood and remembered
to effect the change they were intended for. You dampen the sodden grass
with your tears but the sun will restore the day for your delight. Shalom, little
daughter of My heart.