the Gospel, the disciples always ask the right questions, even when they appear to be simple or stupid.
(...) It's in becoming weak that we become strong. It's in discovering the craziness of love that we become intelligent.
(...) This small child, Saint Theresa of the Infant Jesus, she too had great ambitions. (...)
You too sometimes dream about everything your life could be. How will you succeed? You know that there are winners, but there are also losers. So maybe you prefer limiting your ambitions so as not to lose too much. You resign yourselves early to a small piece of happiness, a small success.
(...) Our friend, the little Theresa, had the stunning intuition of what she had to desire in order to really succeed her life. She saw that she had to ask for Love, even at great personal cost. Love: that is, to learn how to love, to continue loving, to love always even more.
But whom should we love? How?
(...) That love is the greatest ambition possible. It changes our life. It's the ambition that God offers each of us, the ambition of a love without limits.
(...)"Come and see." Come, follow me. And you will discover the love with which I love you, since the Father has given you to me.
You'll see that this love is your life.
You too will learn to love, and you'll live.