Fandango invites us to go back and see what we wrote on this very day. Looking back, I found this. It is not my intent to offend anyone, but if you only knew the importance of not forgetting. The word MNEMONIC was the word of the day!
Several years ago when my blog was just beginning on this day, February 11, 2018 inspired by a word: MNEMONIC — A mnemonic technique is one of many memory aids that is used to create associations among facts that make it easier to remember these facts. Popular mnemonic techniques include mind mapping and peg lists. These techniques make use of the power of the visual cortex to simplify
Below was my post in 2018 or press this link
Other tools to remind us of “things” are useful, but the Cross of Christ is a treasure indeed! The Cross of Christ is seen today in images, pictures, hanging in churches as smooth, slick straight sample of wood that was sanded and made perfect. The Cross on that Good Friday; imagine instead wood knotted, splintered, gnarled, rough and damp. Why is it that many Christians see in their own way the cross without the suffering? Their cross scarcely a remembrance, symbol of His instrument of death. If you consider yourself Christian, recognize the cross for what it is. The only MNEMONIC you will TRULY NEED. We read in the Bible how Our Lord called St. Peter, Satan! Because even St. Peter refused the idea of crucifixion. St. Peter did not wish the suffering Jesus. Our Lord words, “He turning, said to Peter: Go after me, Satan, thou art a scandal unto me: because thou dost not relish the things that are of God, but the things that are of men. [Matthew 16:23] also in: The Haydock Bible it is explained of 1 Corinthians 1 Ver. 18. For the word of the cross. That is the preaching that the Son of God, both God, and man, died nailed to an infamous cross. Folly is looked upon as ridiculous and incredible, by all obstinate unbelievers that perish: but it received as the work of God, and an effect of his divine power, by such as are saved. (Witham) “And he said to all: If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me.” [Luke 9:23] Traditional Catholics of today and Catholics from all centuries; the past, understand this to mean, we are to get up on that Cross with Christ, do this by offering yourself to Him and accepting His Will not running away from it, nor removing His Body from the cross. Face His suffering. “And taking bread, he gave thanks and broke; and gave to them, saying: This is my body, which is given for you. Do this for a commemoration of me.” [Luke 22:19] Many Christians believe that God loves you when He showers you with riches or with no problems in life. One wonders why so many wealthy people give in to suicide, despair. In truth, God loves you when He allows you to share with Him in His life, His pain. “Come follow Me; “I say to you: but unless you do penance, you shall all likewise perish.” [Luke 13:3] Let us never forget; there is a MAN on that Cross.