How to be Happy: Lesson 3

How to be Happy: Lesson 3

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This lesson is for the simple (i.e. me). It’s especially for Sundays (and days when there are great things to remember – like the promises made by Our Lord to St. Margaret Mary).

To be happy I must pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray.

Do you get it? I know it and you may know it, but we do not pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray?

Why not? We can’t be bothered. We’re too busy. We’re fools. We’re not saints – not yet. But if we pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, and pray, then we’ll be on our way [in via crucis] to the happiness that the world cannot give.

Do you want to be happy? Then…pray, and you will be.


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