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HOW DO YOU MEASURE YOUR LIFE?

Here’s this Sunday’s edition of PAUSE-PONDER-PRAY. This one-minute Sunday Gospel Reflection is prompted by Luke 6:17, 20-26.

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Using 100 as the limit, and my present age now- how I have spent this time for others- was I kind, always spoke with a gentle voice, did not do things for my own glory, always thanked God for anything that I received, and used the day’s goings -on as learning opportunities to be better. If I failed, then I will use the rest of my years to be what God intended me to be!

I think by how much I have loved God and his creation. IThis needs that I reflect and ponder every day on my actions and being.

Not by age. I think Age is irrelevant. A friend died at 43. Another died at 82. They both lived their lives to the fullest. Their own way. With God’s blessings.

Nor by accomplishments. Accomplishments are subjective. They are judged by different criteria by different people for different reasons and purposes.

A person can’t measure his own life on his own terms.

God has laid down the beatitudes by which our lives are measured.

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