The advanced moral of Jesus

Christmas is a sublime milestone for the exercise of authentic fraternity: in the loves that propel us to creatively live together, in the affections that demand distance so as not to degenerate into avoidable conflicts, in the disaffections to be treated with constructive civility, in the apprentices who ask us for attention and care — including those of stern tone when needed.

Jesus gave us this ultimate Example: He was with relatives, whom He welcomed; with executioners, whom He rebuked; with disciples, whom He guided. And, from each group, He went away in His own time, to follow, alone, but with God, with a right and clear conscience, toward Golgotha and toward the Resurrection, after saying emphatically, “Whoever wants to be My disciple, take up his-her cross and follow Me”— the cross of the path of duties to be fulfilled, of a nontransferable personal nature.

Spirit Eugênia-Aspásia.
Medium: Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar.
December 23, 2014.

The advanced moral of Jesus



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