February 15. Brigitte shared,  “When we seriously consider this reading for today I do realise that no one has the right to just do as they please as so many of us, young people and older ones, seem to think.  We have to make a choice between good and evil and the commandments are quite a handy way to consider what that involves.” “I think the LSAP goals are also quite a useful way to look at good and evil.”  Think of The Cry of the Earth. LSAP goal 1. check out https://marfam.org.za/2024/02/14/lent-and-the-family-2024/

Reflect, share, Scripture:  See I have set before you this day life and good, death and evil. If you obey the commandments of the Lord your God, which I command you this day, then you shall live and multiply and the Lord your God will bless you in the land. Read Deut 30:15-20   Pope Francis: Each creature possesses its own particular goodness and perfection.  Each is willed in its own being, reflects in its own way, a ray of God’s infinite wisdom and goodness.  Man must therefore respect the particular goodness of every creature to avoid any disordered use of things. LS 69     Pray one of the Lenten prayers.: for openness to all of creation and the greater world of families, and not the human family alone, as has been the Church’s traditional focus.  Choose appropriate action.  LSAP Goal 6. Ecological spirituality.