“The mind is exercised by the variety and multiplicity of the subject matter, while the character is moulded by the contemplation of virtue and vice.”
I saw this elderly man in a train, sitting peacefully on the passage to the door. He was alone, or that was what I felt. In reality, the man had the Almighty by his side and his faith in the most precious gift ever given to him by God, life. He seemed to be lost in his own world, contemplating about infinite number of thoughts. He was alone, but not incomplete!
“Seeking the face of God in everything, everyone, all the time, and his hand in every happening; This is what it means to be contemplative in the heart of the world. Seeing and adoring the presence of Jesus, especially in the lowly appearance of bread, and in the distressing disguise of the poor.”
— Mother Teresa