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「真討厭!」

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「媽媽喔!午飯時候,我打開錢包,九百七十塊全都不見了!有人偷了我的錢。真討厭。」有位學生在我駐校的辦公室門外講電話。他拿著手提電話垂著頭邊說邊沿地轉身,顯得有點不安。

隔着玻璃門看到男生的側面,他的手抓着前額繼續説:「我把錢放在書包裏,两星期前我查看錢包鈔票還在的,今天下午洗澡後囬到房間打開書包卻發覺錢包是空的。對。暑假那次掉了錢是我沒把鈔票放好,但今次我沒錯喔。除了宿舍其間,整天書包都在我左右。」男生轉過身來見到我不好意思地垂下頭說:「媽呀!真討厭發生這些事情,誰也沒辦法。我不想大家在弄得不愉快。要集隊了,再談吧!」我主動打開半掩的門請男生進來我的辦公室。眼見這孩子臉脥通红了,我問他:「不用介意,有什麽可以幫你嗎?錢包失了多少錢?」孩子説:「失了九佰七十塊錢。」我再問:「你不開心對嗎?」「當然不開心。真討厭。算吧!别弄其他人不開心。」男孩説。「不是開不開心那麽簡單。試想那偷錢的人的確犯了錯。有可能你不是第一個受害人。如果我們一起面對這問题,我們能把握這個機會去教好一個人不再錯下去。」我繼續説:「不如告訴宿舍舍監希望他找出犯錯的同學,並教他改過。」最後男孩㸃頭同意。

他是跨境宿生,前兩個月才來港讀書,廣東話也未學懂,而朋友也沒交上幾個。形單隻影,遇上了不愉快的事情或許只想息事寧人。但願他在這件事上感受到别人的支援。

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你一笑 · 我哭了

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這幾個月來,我的論文就擱在一旁只因很多問題想不通。後來鼓起勇氣向朋友求教。今早由老遠趕來慈雲山教堂為在九時彌撒後能見那朋友,向她請教。彌撒進行期間我不绝左顧右盼,就是不見她。當時我實在後悔昨天没给她一個電話確認今日會面。

我唯有祈禱希望奇迹會出現。彌撒將近尾聲,不知她從人羣中那裡鑽出來,好一塊熟悉的臉!她還展示和靄可親的笑容,沒想到奇迹如此展現我眼前。她可親的一笑,我不由得落淚了。原来我的信德如此薄弱,心中不禁慚愧,但同時又開心因為我的論文有救了。

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Pope Francis’ Message about Family

  Pope Francis’s Message about the Family

“There is no perfect family. We have no perfect parents, we are not perfect, do not get married to a perfect 

person, neither do we have perfect children.

We have complaints about each other. We are disappointed by one another. Therefore, there is no healthy 

marriage or healthy family without the exercise of forgiveness.

Forgiveness is vital to our emotional health and spiritual survival. Without forgiveness the family becomes a 

theater of conflict and a bastion of grievances. Without forgiveness the family becomes sick.

Forgiveness is the sterilization of the soul, cleansing the mind and the liberation of the heart.

Anyone who does not forgive has no peace of soul and communion with God. Pain is a poison that 

intoxicates and kills. Maintaining a wound of the heart is a self-destructive action. It is an autophagy.

He who does not forgive sickens physically, emotionally and spiritually. That is why the family must be a 

place of life and not of death; an enclave of cure not of disease; a stage of forgiveness and not of guilt.

Forgiveness brings joy where sorrow produced pain; and healing, where pain caused disease.”