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Blessed Beyond Measure?

A metaphor for everything in life we appreciate but hesitate to express

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Feeding a hungry world is Father Ennis’ lifelong calling

 

I’m still a chicken. Yesterday at Mass I thought, this is the day. This is the day as we exit the Church, I’ll see Father Ennis (as Jesus of course) and get down on my knees and kiss his feet.

But it is still too embarrassing to carry out.

All of us, this is a metaphor for everything in life we appreciate but hesitate to express our gratitude. Some day the opportunity may be gone.

Father Ennis has grown and maintained his extraordinary Passion for over 50 years.

Remarkable.

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Please don't tell me

A huge metaphor for what happens with unexpected death

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a different kind of wakeup call from a different kind of death

 

Yesterday’s post is a huge metaphor for what happens with unexpected death. We say goodbye – with things left unsaid, undone, and hopes never realized.

The good news is no one physically lost their life. The bad news, we may never see Bobbye and Harry again.

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