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I am the living bread that came down from heaven; / whoever eats this bread will always live! (Jn 6,51) - R.
HOLY SPIRIT YOU WHO CLARIFY EVERYTHING FOR ME, ILLUMINATE ALL MY WAYS SO THAT I ACHIEVE MY IDEAL.
YOU WHO GIVE ME THE DIVINE GIFT TO FORGIVE AND FORGET THE EVIL THEY DO ME AND THAT ALL THE MOMENTS OF MY LIFE IS WITH YOU.
I WANT IN THIS SHORT DIALOGUE TO THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING AND CONFIRM ONCE AGAIN THAT I NEVER WANT TO BE SEPARATED FROM YOU AGAIN, HOWEVER THE MATERIAL ILLUSION IS, IT WILL NOT BE THE MINIMUM OF WILL THAT I FEEL ONE DAY TO BE WITH YOU AND ALL MY BROTHERS IN PERPETUAL GLORY. THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN.
Proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Luke – At that time, 11 Jesus welcomed the crowds, spoke to them about the Kingdom of God and healed all those in need. 12 In the afternoon he was coming. The twelve apostles approached Jesus and said, "Send the crowd away so that they can go to the surrounding villages and fields to look for lodging and food, for we are in a deserted place." 13But Jesus said, "You give them something to eat." They replied, “We only have five loaves and two fish. Unless we were going to buy food for all these people.” 14 There were about five thousand men there. But Jesus said to the disciples, "Send the people to sit down in groups of fifty." 15The disciples did so, and they all sat down. 16Then Jesus took the five loaves and the two fish, looked up to heaven, blessed them, broke them, and gave them to the disciples to distribute to the multitude. 17They all ate and were satisfied. And twelve baskets of the leftover pieces were picked up. – Word of salvation.
Jesus welcomes the crowds, speaks to them about the Kingdom and heals the needy. The end of the day, however, is approaching, and what to do with the crowd in need of food and lodging? The disciples suggest dismissing the crowd, it is the easiest and most comfortable solution. The Master, however, summons the disciples not to omit themselves and try to organize the people into groups, collect what was among them and, after Jesus' blessing, share among all. Result: everyone ate and still had leftovers. It is the miracle of sharing. In the world there is no lack of food, what exists is the lack of sharing. Where there is no sharing, someone accumulates and many are left in misery. Where there is sharing, everyone can have the bare minimum for a dignified life. Only by sharing will we have a world without misery and without miserable people. If there is still hunger in the world, it is a sign that society has not yet discovered the value of sharing. By giving his life for humanity, Jesus showed us the most sublime sharing. In the celebration of the body and blood of Christ, we commemorate this supreme donation of the Master, who wants us to be in solidarity with the needs of the people. The scene of the miracle of the breaking of the bread was perpetuated in the Eucharist, as a gesture of God's gift shared among all, so that all may have life.