Added this in my Not-To-Do list.
Mean words out of anger will need self-restraint
One of the Bible’s most explicit teachings on respect for authority occurs in Matthew 23:1-3, which says:Then Jesus said to the crowds and to his disciples: “The teachers of the law and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat. So you must obey them and do everything they tell you. But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they preach.”
This passage warns us not to confuse position with personality. Even if we do not care for the way someone in authority behaves, that alone does not justify disobedience. When God places people in a position of authority, He expects us to obey them unless there is a valid reason not to do so.
Abstract from peacemaker.net
Cookie monster seems happy with the gingerbread gal.
It’s never too much for truffles.
This year Christmas we tried Casa Tartufo and deliciously we enjoyed:
– BURRATINA in-house smoked burrata cheese, fresh truffles
-Scrambled organic eggs, fresh white truffles
-Thin egg-noodles, fresh white truffles
-Braised veal shank, saffron risotto, garlic gremolata
“He who clings on to his life will lose it whilst he who lets go* of it will retain it”
(Jesus the Nazarene)
*The secret is to ‘let go’ and not ‘try’. If one ‘tries’ instead of ‘letting go’, he is in effect trying to pull the Elk consciousness into the horns or the whole into a small part of the whole; this cannot be done. You cannot monopolize God. Let Him monopolize you).