Sunday, September 28, 2008

"The Bucket List"

Over the years, I have seen a few movies where people knew they were going to die. These people finally started to live. In reality, few get this opportunity.
In "The Bucket List" there were many ideas of things to do, see, experience and time to do, see and experience.
Taking the events of 9-11, everyone spoke about their last memories of their loved ones. Each day is precious. Each day could be our last. But how many days end in anger or regret.
I have heard that some people keep gratitude journals; while others, like us, keep blogs. But we all have something in common. We live each day, one day at a time.

Go out and have a great day!

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Sunday Homily

The priest had a very interesting homily today.
A grandson told his grandfather that he would get very angry. The grandfather gave him a box of nails and told him to hammer a nail into the fence each time he was angry. The grandson did this. After many days the grandson was no longer as angry. He was not hammering in any nails. Then the grandfather told the grandson to take a nail out of the fence each day that he was not angry. When there were no more nails he told his grandfather. His grandfather took him out to the fence and asked the grandson to describe what he saw. The grandson said that the fence had a lot of holes in it.
The grandfather said to the grandson that when you get angry at someone even if you say your sorry or ask for forgiveness that the scars will remain.