See me

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See Me Affection (charity) to our seniors This poem was written by an old woman living in a nursing home in Ireland. It was found among her things when she died. What do you see nurses, what do you see? Are you thinking when you look at me? A crabbit old woman, not very wise,…
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Five Lessons

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FIVE LESSONS: 1 – Most Important Lesson During my second month of nursing school, our professor gave us a pop quiz. I was a conscientious student and had breezed through the questions, until I read the last one: “What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?” Surely, this was some kind…
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The Limits of Love

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After the divorce, her teenage daughter became increasingly rebellious. It culminated late one night when the police called to tell her that she had to come to the police station to pick up her daughter, who was arrested for drunk driving. They didn’t speak until the next afternoon. Mom broke the tension by giving her…
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Dale una oportunidad, pidió su madre

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Ocurrió el 24.2.2006 durante una final de baloncesto entre institutos de E.E.U.U. Jason McElwain había hecho todo por su equipo de basket, el Greece Athena High School basketball team: había pasado botellas de agua, manejado las estadísticas del equipo y llevado el contador de tiempo. Todo menos jugar al basket: siempre se sentaba en el…
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The chicken drama

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To do what you can is important; otherwise, we use the excuse “I can’t change things…”, to do nothing about it. Read more in Leer más… Recently, after having dinner at an outdoor chicken restaurant in Guayaquil, we had one piece of chicken left with everyone too full to eat it. I immediately thought I…
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Islam, Christianity, Judaism: Can't we live together?

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Good message from Ben Stein  Sometimes we all need a reality check!  Worth a read…     If they know of him at all, many folks think Ben Stein is just a quirky actor/comedian who talks in a monotone. He’s also a very intelligent attorney who knows how to put ideas and words together in such a way…
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The Commodore's Prayer

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Here you have one of the most beautiful pieces of Prayer and of Literature. Used on many occasions by Saint Josemaria Escriva. Read and judge it by yourself… The Commodore’s Prayer Lord you know better than I do that I am growing old, unless you take me up with you. I pray not to become…
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The sudden death of an expert in poisoning

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Professor John Henry: Death of one of the World widest known expert in drugs and poisons (and member of Opus Dei). Professor John Henry, who died on May 8 aged 68, was one of the world’s leading authorities on drugs and poisons; his frequent appearances on television and radio made him Britain’s best-known toxicologist, and after his retirement…
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Drinking milk…

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Gratefulness is remembering the past good deeds… Here you have a Chinesse forbidden story, full of sense of humour… An old man takes sick with a rare disease. The doctor tells him “This is a serious illness, my friend, but we can cure it for you. There’s a special Chinese herbal medicine that will fix…
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