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July 19, 2006


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Mary CHow

Thanks for this article. I have often felt the most real when things were "falling apart" or I was standing with someone else whose things were "falling apart" . It seems that all is stripped away and there is nothing now stopping us from really being ourselves in all the bad and the good of it. This is where Jesus lives. Without the denial and the pretense and the image. Could this be the key to dying to oneself?
Allowing ourselves to embrace this stage and find Jesus there instead of always waiting for Him to pull us out.Thinking that the answer is only in the end to all of it.
Just wondering???

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