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Heaven Speaks about Stress (9)

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Who among us does not suffer from stress? It is virtually epidemic in this modern age. Jesus, with additional comments from St.Padre Pio, reminds us that stress can draw attention away from heavenly goals. For the good of our souls, He urges us to seek a calmer, more thoughtful pace of life. "My children, why do you hurry so? Why do you feel you must move so quickly through your days? This is not the way I intended the children of God to live. You may tell Me that you have many things to do. I respond to you by saying that you are trying to do too much. You will not be holy if you move so quickly." (August 9, 2005)

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