Wherever we may be, Our Lord urges us to be vigilant. His plea should lead us to hope more strongly in our desires for holiness and to translate them into deeds. 'Give me your heart, my son' , he seems to whisper in our ear. Stop building castles in the air. Make up your mind to open your soul to ...
"It is a time of hope, and I live off this treasure. It is not just a phrase, Father," you tell me, "it is reality." Well then ..., bring the whole world, all the human values which attract you so very strongly - friendship, the arts, science, philosophy, theology, sport, nature, culture, souls - bring all of this within that hope: the hope of Christ. (Furrow, 293)
"Either we learn to find our Lord in ordinary, everyday life, or else we shall never find Him.”
SAINT JOSEMARÍA, Founder of Opus Dei