"The aberration is not the good person. It is the bad person. We are made for goodness." Archbishop Desmond Tutu
"Do you really want to do this?" A wonderful question to ask others - and ourselves. Experience teaches us to recall how badly we feel shortly after doing something we wish we had not done.
"You'll be back right?" Are we willing to give others a second chance? (Fool me once - shame on you - fool me twice - shame on me!) Do we think others will give us a second chance? Do we and others need to be perfect so that we and they deserve "being back?" Why trust again - what is the source and motivation of trust? Is it perhaps trust in ourselves - motivated by.....
"Light, hope and transformation for the last, least and lost." How interesting that even the tagline needed a second chance. How fascinating to perceive "for the last, least and lost" as disrespectful and that in fact "all of us" - "desire, or need, transformation or an open, trusting heart." It is important that the transformation of the tagline be remembered.