"The psychological reason for the cruelty in the modern world is this: those who have a deep hidden sense of guilt, feel the need of making some reparation for it. But since they refuse to face their own moral guilt, they inflict on others a punishment which should have been inflicted on themselves."
-- Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen
And none more guilty than the priest who finds out you do not tolerate behavior that compromises vows of ordination. And none more cruel.
Sometimes I have murderous (metaphorically) thoughts about people who have hurt me. Makes me feel terribly guilty. But after suffering for awhile, I let it go to God as I did at Mass this morning, He who reminds me of the wonderful things He has put before me.
And then I also do something happy, like shoot bees . . .
Bees from Stephanie Richer Photography on Vimeo.