Identity defines your purpose in life.
As important as our identity is in regard to finances and possessions, there is an even more important identity based on who and what we are –rather than what we physically are.
Here’s an example – When a man is asked to describe himself, he will typically respond by saying what he does for his work. He will claim to be an engineer, or carpenter, or auto mechanic, etc. It is the first thing he talks about when he is around other men. On the other hand, a woman identifies herself by her relationships with her family and others. She will claim to be a mom, a daughter, a wife, a friend, etc. That is usually a part of what she talks about with other women.
OK let me put forth a question before you!
If you were given one chance, one opportunity or one wish! To be someone in this world, who would you want to be? Continue reading
We are happy to announce the next pre-conference competition ‘Proclaim‘ – a Video Shooting and Editing Contest, for this CFCI National Singles Conference 2015.
CFCI Singles all over India can take part in this competition area wise, the topic of the competition and other rules and regulations have been mentioned in the enclosed attachment along with this mail. Continue reading
At the far end of Loyola High School campus, amid sylvan surroundings at the foot of the Pashan Hills, nestles a little retreat house (LTC) looked after by Fr. Altrichter, a venerable Jesuit priest. One of the few places in Pune, where chirping of birds is your morning alarm. The chirping of crickets on the evening of June 19, 2015, was stilled by the sounds of joy and laughter resonating in the premises, when 33 single young adults gathered together for a weekend retreat. The merriment was prior to the start of the programme, when a few ice-breakers were introduced, intended for the participants to get to know one another better. After the programme started, the silent surroundings reverberated primarily with the voices of singing and praising God. Continue reading
Not he who begins but he that perseveres to the end shall be saved.
A few days ago my friend texted me to say that he would be competing in a Charity marathon to raise funds for the poor and that this run would be telecast on television.
I was intrigued and as I began thinking I realised that we could draw a lot of similarities between the marathon and our spiritual journey. Continue reading