“Listen with the ears of your heart.” - St. Benedict of Nursia
This month we focus on living the fruits of gentleness, kindness, generosity and self-control.
Chúng ta hãy học thêm về 3 loại hoa trái (nhân đức) của Chúa Thánh Thần và tìm hiểu xem chúng.
Let’s dive in to three more fruits of the Holy Spirit and ponder the fruits of faithfulness, peace and patience.
“The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control.” (Gal 5:22-23)
Việc liên lạc và nói chuyện hữu hiệu là yếu tố mang lại thành công trong mọi cuộc tiếp xúc hay giao thiệp.
Good communication is key to a successful relationship and communicating poorly can lead to chaos.
Mùa Phục Sinh là thời gian thuận tiện nhất để ta có thể nhìn lại xem ta có sống Đức tin trọn vẹn trong.
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