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“It is said that the family is at the center of our lives.  Relatives and blood ties are important to us.  So it is natural for us to see no wrong in our relatives – they are always the best and we always take their side.

When there is a beauty contest, of course its your daughter who is the most beautiful.  Even though my child is wrong and the teacher is right, my child is still right.

Sadly, being “family” leads to condoning what is wrong.  This is the root of corruption.  Whenever there is corruption, there are relatives who ask special privileges that are involved.  This is wrong.  This is not what a true family is.

Jesus taught us that His relatives are those who do the will of God.  Hopefully, every family will be like this.”

Credits to: Manila Cardinal Chito Tagle (Kape’t Pandasal); reprinted by Companion


Know your true family,

Brother Mo





Our Daily Soulfood

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“Encourage one another and build one another up.”  –  Apostle Paul (1 Thessalonians 5: 11)



Our Daily Reflection

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“Whoever loves fathers or mother more than me is not worthy of me, and whoever loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me.”

– Jesus (Matthew 10:37)



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Our One Minute Reflection for Today, July 04, 2015:

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“Son, as you can see, I am so old that I may now die at any time…with your catch prepare an appetizing dish for me, such as I like, and bring it to me to eat, so that I may give you my special blessing before I die.”

Isaac to son Esau (Genesis 27:2-4)



*How old is you Dad (or Mom)?

*When was the last time you served them? or hugged them? or made them happy?

*Will you wait for their last breath to say “I love you?”


Saint of the Day:

St. Elizabeth of Portugal, pray for us.


Your parents missed you,

Brother Mo



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