October 11. “When you are driving through the traffic in any city the lawlessness of drivers is frightening. In SA it isn’t only taxis that disobey traffic laws all the time, but they are undoubtedly the worst.” “The lawlessness is certainly a clear sign of the times. But occasionally one does see a good Samaritan who will help another motorist who is stranded. So often too there is a sense of order in the way drivers naturally accommodate one another in negotiating the daily rush to and from work. We need to look for all those signs.”
At that time when the crowds were increasing Jesus began to say, “this generation is an evil generation; it seeks a sign but no sign will be given to it except the sign of Jonah. Luke 11:29-32. Pope Francis: The health of a society’s institutions has consequences for the environment and the quality of human life. Social ecology is necessarily institutional and gradually extends for the whole of society from the primary social group, the family, to the wider local, national and international communities. Lack of respect for the law is becoming more common. LS 142. Reflect, share, act and pray.