Building Our Best Version

When we want to help those who need it most, our purest version will appear. Learn in the following article how to show your solidarity side.


"And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward." Matthew 10:42

We may find ourselves at times on uncertain paths, we may be tempted to forget one of the most important emotions of our being: solidarity.

The peace and tranquility that comes from being able to extend a hand to those who need it most, is a sensation that Jesus showed us throughout his journey.

The Holy Spirit as his guide always helped the Savior to connect with his purest essence, helping all the people who appeared in his path. God does the same with each one of his sons and daughters, blessing them with his glory and his transforming message.


"Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver." 2 Corinthians 9:7

The Lord created us and keeps us in life watching us from the Heavenly Temple, trying to show us his wisdom through concrete learning, from people who share life close to us, from the stage for us to put into practice what we have learned throughout our development.

To feel fully close to the Holy Spirit, we have to remember that hope is nourished by daily decisions, approaching that person who needs to talk, guiding him or her with some kind of word or advice.

It is always very useful to turn to the Holy Bible to recall verses or stories that can enlighten a person "clouded" in thought or lost in his or her vocation of Faith. 

Adopting this attitude in life will allow us to act in alignment with the values of the Heavenly Father.


"Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness." 2 Corinthians 9:10

If we set the example of being people of solidarity, giving without expecting anything in return, demonstrating that we can also set our eyes on human needs, as Our Father does with each of His sons and daughters.

Your generosity will be reflected multiplied in your heart throughout your life, as a gesture of gratitude to God. It will be the key that opens the door between hope and the path of healing that God offers us. It will be like cultivating a seed of love and respect, which will blossom in the future for every son and daughter of the Lord.

To be able to have the conscience and the firmness to decide at what moment to dispose ourselves as tools of the Father's help will help us to understand the communion of all families, brothers and sisters in the Faith. We all need the Lord, just as each one of us can be in union through the Holy Spirit.


"One person gives freely, yet gains even more; another withholds unduly, but comes to poverty." Proverbs 11:24

As a personal self-diagnosis, we can think and ask ourselves if we are really making an effort to help those close to us or helping those who need it most on our path.

If we are able to open our hearts, remain actively listening, empathetic and considerably kind to those beings who come to us seeking answers, we can receive all the Glory of the Lord through His blessings of spiritual liberation.

If we can live in daily connection with the Lord, respecting all that we were able to incorporate and learn in our journey as daughters and sons, we will be able to reach levels of peace and spiritual balance never before perceived. Being in solidarity will help us to build the necessary foundations of hope.


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