Having our loins girded, therefore,
with faith and the performance of good works,
let us walk in His paths
by the guidance of the Gospel,
that we may deserve to see Him
who has called us to His kingdom.
Cunning pleasing to God is not the dishonesty of those who are enriched, but knowing how to transform goods into relationships, in the way of sharing.
Being children means converting from the servile logic of reciprocity to enter the filial logic of gratuitousness.
The wisdom that Jesus proposes makes our hearts display a greater measure of love, which undergirds our perseverance.
At the banquet of the Kingdom, instead of competing for the first places, one must learn to make space, making room for the other.
The door is opened to those who are known. Being known by Jesus, the true door, means letting him give us his own shape.