One of my childhood memories was the time my family was traveling from Philadelphia to Baltimore to visit relatives. At that time it was about a two hour car ride. Shortly in to the trip I started asking every imaginable question that seem to come to mind. Finally, after obliging me my mother said quite irritated; “Why do you ask so many question?” Up to that point it seemed to be a fun activity. I paused a moment and responded, “How else am I supposed to get the answers?” My mother paused and said rather exhausted, “You’re absolutely right.” I remember feeling very vindicated at the time, perhaps in some small way like I had won the “wisdom” lottery. However, I didn’t cash in as I was smart enough to realize that I was wearing my mother out with my questions. Needless to say the rest of the trip was fairly quiet. I loved that my mother always seemed to faithfully have the answers. Though I am still yet to be wise beyond my years, I know that in the best of times and the worst of times, God faithfully has the answers and we must continually seek God out. My mother became irritated because she was human but God is never irritated with our faithfulness to seek Truth. For prayer is the vehicle to God’s wisdom. And will not God grant justice to his chosen ones who cry to him day and night? Luke 18:1-8
Speaking of which, this is an eye-opening conversation with father Emmanuel Jungclaussen
Thank you for sharing this site! Completely eye-opening. I also read further down to the conversation with the Cardinal. How often have I played with language to suit my own needs? Thank you again – Peace and Blessings.
My pleasure. 🙂 I can see that you are a sincere and honest soul and that’s largely part of the spiritual journey. Here the Lord is giving blessings on this Vedic text. It’s a short read:
Love and light and may all auspicious things come your way.
Thank you again – Peace and continued blessings
You’re welcome and same to you 🙂