“He will persist until he causes justice to triumph, and in him all peoples will put their hope.” (Mt 12:21)
We may be easily attracted and cheated by some silver-tongued people through their rhetoric. They make us easily believe what we are taught. We go blindly after their promises and later only understand how we are easily fooled and cheated. We are living in a world apparently controlled by the corporate who always want to make the maximum in express term. It seems that they are more targets oriented. These corporate bodies sometimes may prove some initial success and achievements. Because of this same reason all our training programs nowadays are overcrowded with these types of resource persons. See how the institutions are well maintained rather than the inhabitants! Yes, certainly we should be target oriented without losing its moral values in its attempt to procure it. Today’s gospel passage envisions a time when people also will see into both the ways and the means to achieve goal. “He will persist until he causes justice to triumph, and in him all peoples will put their hope.” (Mt 12:21) Jesus too was target-oriented and achieved whatever he envisaged. It is very obvious from his teachings and passion predictions, the way he taught and trained his disciples. He was not bothered about the quantity but the quality without any compromise. From Abraham to Moses, Moses to David, David to Jesus, Jesus to the twelve, the twelve to the present day God kept the same quality. Let us be genuine instruments in his hands to witness to the gospel values.
Take courage God is with you! Have a nice and blissful day….