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Romuald Dzemo

What a beautiful reflection? It reminds me of the line of Henri cardinal Newman which Fonlon loved to quote; a line that read like "nothing would be done if a man waited to do it so well that fault would not be found with it."

There is also the struggle of the conversion of St-Augustine where he presents proscatination as his sole and dominant weakness. Inasmuch as he wanted to embrace the call for change, for spiritual maturity and conversion to the Truth that is the person of Christ, so much more did his human frame kept urging him to put it off for tomorrow, not now, tomorrow...

The challenge comes to all of us... in the midst of the harrowing, compelling tides of life.

Beautiful reflection, this really is!

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