Zechariah 9:91-10; Psalms 145:1-2,8-11,13-14; Romans 8:9,11-13; Matthew 11:25-30
Let me begin with the words of a Saint: “No one heals himself by wounding another.” -1
Echoing these words is a simple allegory about three men who set out on a journey. Each carried two sacks around his neck — one in front and one in back. The first man was asked what was in his bags. “In this one on my back,” he said, “I carry all the kind deeds of my friends. In that way, they are out of sight and out of mind, and I don’t have to do anything about them. They’re soon forgotten. This sack in front carries all the unkind things people do to me. I pause in my journey every day…
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