1940. At daily struggle: it's cool

If we want our students should become this or that, or better said, because the student has freedom and responsibility, and he wants to change and win a virtue or avoid a defect, he should think of specific points to change, also with the help of his Father God. 

Then he should struggle to win at those little points. 

Each day, at this or that time, for example before doing homework, he could examine himself briefly how he was at those points. 

And again to struggle and fight again, with God’s grace. 

Often in order to gain a virtue and get rid of a vice we need time, a period of time. And we should examine the final dispositions that make me fall in that vice. / Photo from: biketrial gasteiz es tl


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