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Can you cheer me up? Im a little down
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yeh, i am disturbed today, not even sure why except that people, well i recall this psg in the Bible

"In the last days, because of iniquity, the love of many will grow cold"

It is so depressing to see the lack of love in the world.. victims of war and etc...

abortion.. People fighting Trump just to be fighting him, just b/c their party lost and they can't accept it..

so anyway.. do you have any jokes or something that could cheer us up? I probably need a Mass.. but none is available at this time..

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Posted Jan 5, 2017, 8:13 pm
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1) Rejoice in your intellect despite the emotions. Considering the state of the world, it's normal for a Catholic to feel down.
2) Pray three Hail Marys and say the prayer to your Guardian Angel.
3) Take action! Any action, however small, of which Our Lord approves. Smile or nod at someone. Put something away in its proper place. Tidy your hair. Compliment someone. Do one minute of spiritual reading and meditate on it for four minutes. Can't be physically active? Exercise/exorcise the blues. See if you can recall a male and female saint whose names begin with each letter of the alphabet, or try this with any other wholesome topic.
4) Allow yourself to be a bit down. God allows it, after all. It isn't a sin except if you feed into it. Unless you're being tempted to suicide or violence to yourself or others, it will pass.

Posted Jan 6, 2017, 12:23 am
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Pray to God and if you are still depressed offer this as a sacrifice to God. they say that the greatest suffering of Jesus' passion was the agony of the garden, If you unite your sufferings to this agony of Our Lord then you may do a lot more good than you realize.

Posted Jan 6, 2017, 5:08 am
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