LET YOURSELF DRIVE
Like Peter, we are called to free ourselves from the feeling of defeat in the face of our fishing, sometimes unsuccessful; to free ourselves from the fear that immobilizes us and makes us fearful, locking us in our securities and taking away the courage of the prophecy.
And like Paul, we are called to be free from the hypocrisies of exteriority. To be free from the temptation to impose ourselves with the strength of the world instead of with the weakness that allows God. Free from a religious observance that makes us rigid and inflexible, free from ambiguous ties to power and the fear of being misunderstood and attacked.
We are called to walk with confidence, to allow ourselves to be liberated by the Father.