Tuesday, January 15, 2013

 Father Placidus, a Benedictine Monk, has an unusual way of seeing things, but that's bound to happen when you have prayed the psalms for over 50 years. When a friend asked Father Placidus what he had been reflecting on lately he answered, "I'm contemplating the deficiencies of God." He offered three examples. "God is bad at math; He leaves 99 to save one. God has a bad memory; He is always forgetting our sins. God is wasteful; He makes six stones jars (120 gallons) of the best wine, that's a lot of wine for one party."
Meal from Below: A Five Course Feast with Jesus. Second Course: Blessed - Week 07


Blogger minnemie said...

love it!

5:17 PM  
Blogger sUS said...

I like it!!! God bless you!

11:57 AM  

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