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I would love to be with you in this difficult time.  The shepherd should not be separated from the flock when it is dangerous around.  It doesn’t matter if the cause are wolves or a virus.  As you know, the borders are closed for now.  Planes don’t fly across the sea.  I would like to fly to you like Saint Joseph from Cupertino, or like the Prophet Habakkuk.  This is a very interesting story about how the angel of the Lord grabbed him by the hair and moved him to Babylonia (By the way, after quarantine I have long hair, so it will be very easy for an angel to grab my hair) The Prophet was holding dish for the Prophet Daniel trapped in a cave (he was imprisoned like during quarantin)…

In Judea there was a prophet, Habakkuk; he mixed some bread in a bowl with the stew he had boiled, and was going to bring it to the reapers in the field, when an angel of the Lord told him, “Take the lunch you have to Daniel in the lions’ den at Babylon.” But Habakkuk answered, “Babylon, sir, I have never seen, and I do not know the den!” The angel of the Lord seized him by the crown of his head and carried him by the hair; with the speed of the wind, he set him down in Babylon above the den. “Daniel, Daniel,” cried Habakkuk, “take the lunch God has sent you.” “You have remembered me, O God,” said Daniel; “you have not forsaken those who love you.” Dn.14, 33-38

Nothing is impossible for God.  Here in Poland I help my parents in the garden: I have already paved granite paths, installed rainwater gutters and repaired furniture.  First of all, I got involved in pastoral help in several parishes: I preach, hold a conferences, confess, lead retreats.  I also have a good time with my brother’s family.  Everything is a grace.  Everything is a grace.  … it is worth repeating it to yourself.  I miss you so much <) See you soon. God bless You all!

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