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DG BookGospel: Mark 4:21-25
Jesus also said to them, “When the light comes, is it put under a basket or a bed? Surely it is put on a lamp stand.
Whatever is hidden will be disclosed, and whatever is kept secret will be brought to light. Listen then, if you have ears!”

And he also said to them, “Pay attention to what you hear. In the measure you give, so shall you receive, and still more will
be given to you. For to the one who produces something, more will be given; and from him who does not produce
anything, even what he has will be taken away from him.”

 

Reflection:

 

It sounds unjust and awful that more will be given to the
one who produces more and from the one who produces
little, whatever little he or she has will be taken away. Sounds
a bit like heartless capitalism! But this is neither capitalistic
nor unjust or awful, but a simple law of nature. A glance
at the evolutionary history informs us that those limbs and
bodily faculties that remained unused gradually disappeared
from our bodily configuration. Even within the life span of one
single person, we know how the muscles degenerate when
left unused, or doing crossword puzzles regularly sharpens the
brain and delays dementia. No wonder the same logic applies
to our spiritual faculties as well: You either use them or lose
them. David was blessed twice over because he blessed God
relentlessly with gratitude and humility.

 

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