Magnanimity in the Ordinary

Dear women of Captivenia! I send you warmest greetings from Meridianas! I remain very grateful for the work you did to restore Borealton last year. You all continue to inspire me!

Of late, I have been pondering the beauty of the many souls around me—souls who challenge and encourage me every day. In particular, I have noticed a young lady around the age of 16. She has been an example to me of the virtue of magnanimity.

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The Cry of the Poor

A candle loses nothing by sharing its flame. All the more, when two candles are united, do the flames reach higher, brighter, hotter. How brightly the world would burn if every soul were united, generously receiving and giving in kind! Gone would be the need to care for self if every soul participated in that responsibility.

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The Fruit of True Silence

True silence is the search of man for God.

True silence is a suspension bridge that a soul in love with God builds to cross the dark, frightening gullies of its own mind, the strange chasms of temptation, the depthless precipices of its own fears that impede its way to God.

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