Rest is not idleness.
Indeed, restlessness is the torment of idle people. God could not need rest. He could not be tired by creating the world. His rest was the infinite peace of infinite love. -Caryll Houselander
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We are not social workers. We are trying to be contemplatives in the heart the world. We have chosen to be carriers of God’s love. If the words of Jesus are true, 'I was hungry, I was sick, I was naked, I was homeless, and you did it to me' (Matthew 25:40), then we are touching him twenty-four hours a day. So you, in your lives, in your own homes, can be in his presence twenty-four hours a day, if your lives are woven with prayer and sacrifice. - Mother Teresa
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God becomes especially visible in His mercy; He Himself makes it incarnate and personifies it. So then, what can I count on? My own merits? No, My merit is God's mercy. I am by no means lacking merits as long as He is rich in mercy. If the mercies of the Lord are manifold, I too will abound in merits. This is important: the courage to trust in Jesus' mercy, to trust in His patience, to seek refuge always in the wounds of His love. -St. Bernard
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