Messages require our capacity to perceive and understand
I find it fascinating that in today’s information age, search engines, and social media, people merely settle for what is spoonfed. The tragedy is when the information is available but the receiver does not know how to search for it, or does not even attempt to search for it.
Sometimes the message is there, but we choose not to see them, not read between the lines, or we lack the ability to understand the signs.
What if the Messenger has been knocking the door but we choose not to answer? The call may always be there but we do not always choose to respond.
Luke 1:26-38. Regina coeli
[DAILY GOSPEL INSIGHTS AND REFLECTION FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION 234: AUGUST 22, 2022]