Happy Easter! 

16 04 2017

🕯  May the Risen Lord, we pray who has lit his candle in your life,  hallowed to the honour of his name, may grant it persevere undimmed, to overcome the darkness of all nights. Receive it as a pleasing fragrance, and let it mingle with the lights of heaven. May this flame be found still burning by the Morning Star: the one Morning Star who never sets, Christ the Son, who coming back from death’s domain has shed his peaceful light on humanity, and lives and reigns for ever and ever. Happy Easter,💡🕯🕯





Want a divorce? Marriage and Annulment: Know your rights 

21 03 2017

When it comes to marriage  divorce and annulment,  many  people don’t  know their rights or what the church teaches. Jim Blackburn teaches 101 things you need to know in the video below  







How to raise successful young men 

20 03 2017

Here’s a story you would like.  A Father bought a BMW for his son who had just finished school, the boy crashed it in a week. Then the Man bought him  a Lexus. The boy crashed it in a month. The man came  asking,  “What shall I do?” 

I told him to tell his son to go and get a job and buy his own car. That was what happened. After working for  a year, the boy saved enough money to buy an old Buick.  But he loved this car so much he polished it every morning. He never crashed the car. Why?  Because he bought it with the sweat of his own brow. He had respect for the car. He valued it. 





Hero Priest: Fr Emil Kaupon 

17 03 2017


Story of Fr Emil Kaupon,hero of the Korean war. Fall of 1954, 1million Chinese troops crossed the 22nd Parallel and overwhelming the US army fighting in South Korea, took them prisoner. A Chinese soldier put his gun on the head of an injured marine about to pull the trigger. A priest walked up and pushed the gun away, picked up the injured soldier, put him on his shoulders and walked away. At the POW camp, the priest helped the men stay alive by giving them his own food, encouraging the hopeless, curing the sick. He was murdered by the Chinese. But on release, his men swore that history will never forget what this priest had done. The pressed the US government to award him the congressional medal of honor. 





Why the  Preacher Quit 

15 03 2017


​I once heard the story of a preacher who quit the ministry after twenty years and became a funeral director. When asked why he made the change, he replied, “Well, I spent three years trying to straighten out Fred, and Fred is still an alcoholic. And I spent six months trying to straighten out Susan’s marriage, and she filed for divorce. Then I spent over two-and-a-half years trying to straighten out Bob’s drug problem, and he’s still an addict. Now at the funeral home, when I straighten them out—they stay straight.”

The growth and 

development of 

people is the highest 

calling of leadership. 

Living, breathing human beings require continual attention. And development is demanding work. 





We can’t communicate,  Woman tells Divorce Judge :Short story 

10 03 2017


You may have heard the story of the frustrated judge preparing to hear a divorce case:

Liking people is 

the beginning of 

the ability to 

communicate.

“Why do you want a divorce?” the judge asked. “On what grounds?”

“All over. We have an acre and a half,” responded the woman.

“No, no,” said the judge. “Do you have a grudge?”

“Yes, sir. Fits two cars.”

“I need a reason for the divorce,” said the judge impatiently.

“Does he beat you up?”

“Oh, no. I’m up at six every day to do my exercises. He gets up later.”

“Please,” said the exasperated judge. “What is the reason you want a divorce?”

“Oh,” she replied. “We can’t seem to communicate with each other.”

*****Good communication skills requires the following:.

A genuine concern for the person he’s talking to. When people sense that you have a concern for them, they are willing to listen to what you have to say. Liking people is the beginning of the ability to communicate.

The ability to focus on the responder. Poor communicators are focused on themselves and their own opinions. Good communicators focus on the response of the person they’re talking to. Good communicators also read body language. When I interview a potential employee, and he can’t read in my body language that I’m ready to move on to another subject, it sends up a red flag.

The ability to communicate with all kinds of people. A good communicator has the ability to set a person at ease. He can find a way to relate to nearly anyone of any background.

Eye contact with the person he’s speaking to. Most people who are being straight with you are willing to look you in the eye. Personal integrity and conviction make communication credible.

A warm smile. The fastest way to open the lines of communication is to smile. A smile overcomes innumerable communication barriers, crossing the boundaries of culture, race, age, class, gender, education, and economic status.

A leader must be a communication expert 





To find Millions Look for Gold not dirt : Short Story 

7 03 2017

Dale Carnegie was a master at identifying potential leaders. Once asked by a reporter how he had managed to hire forty-three millionaires, Carnegie responded that the men had not been millionaires when they started working for him. They had become millionaires as a result. The reporter next wanted to know how he had developed these men to become such valuable leaders. Carnegie replied, “Men are developed the same way gold is mined. Several tons of dirt must be moved to get an ounce of gold. But you don’t go into the mine looking for dirt,” he added. “You go in looking for the gold.” That’s exactly the way to develop positive, successful people. Look for the gold, not the dirt; the good, not the bad. The more positive qualities you look for, the more you are going to find.
To develop positive, 

successful people, 

look for the gold, 

not the dirt.








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