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On the service of teachers

"Teachers are the agents and models of a more genuine human existence 'coming true, even as you listen'"

A new divine relationship

Holiness therefore does not consist of actions meant for mere compliance to ecclesiastical dictates

Preparation through evangelical simple living

How must we prepare for the coming of the Lord of the kingdom of justice and peace?

Genuine charity, true justice and peace

More blessed are those who in spite of still being unliberated from suffering, have chosen to free others first before themselves

The commandments of Love

Love ultimately is never the filling-up of oneself rather its emptying; it should also focus on the satisfaction of all

Lessons in leadership

Are we not so alarmed by the hidden motives of those who are presently running for power?

The evil that we do

Justice is constituted less through an equality of “the end” but more in an equality of “the means to the end"

The quest for wisdom

To understand the world better, we need to retain our curiosity and inquisitiveness about the world, dare to ask questions

Thinking like God

Is Jesus really expecting his disciples to be able to think like God? Is that even possible at all?

Suffering for a cause

What use is our being inspired by his love, if we cannot or will not express it with and for others?

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