[ Second Year Anniversary | In the Memory of María Blanca ]
Friends of the Rosary:
The ancient Roman poet Virgil wrote in his Georgics the Latin phase “Tempus fugit”. Translated into English the expression means “times flies”. Noticing that time escapes, and almost nothing endures, might cause desolation and even despair among non-believers.
Easter is about highlighting the opposite: the joy that explodes with the Resurrection and the beginning of an eternal time. This sounds great, isn’t it? But are behaving accordingly?
Mostly, we are not. If we were, our focus would be placed on accumulating richness in Heaven.
This Easter, let’s see our life in the light of the Resurrection. Let’s think about what’s ahead of our earthly death. In addition, let’s reflect on how we want to arrive at the Final Judgement when our soul will be examined and our deeds considered.
Jesus, I Trust In You!
+ Mikel A. | RosaryNetwork.com, New York