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The Moment of Truth!

Our puppy — a single Altoid — equal one serendipity moment!

Let me expound!

Take a typical puppy, who wants whatever and everything.

Imagine if you can, my indulgence and pampering myself to a strong peppermint Altoid at that same moment seeing “puppy” staring at me; with eyes speaking “I want one,” so I gave her one.

She eagerly snatched it and just as promptly spit it out, only to try again; spit it out again, and if that wasn’t comical enough, she started to growl and bark at the Altoid.

PRICELESS!

That was her serendipity moment, discovering all is not what it seems to be.

My serendipity moment happened over 35 years ago when I discovered the Catholic Church was not what it used to be. The Church was no longer One, Holy nor Apostolic, but an optical illusion. My neighborhood church slowly apostatized, now a man-founded religion that has adapted to the world a strange belief they called Vatican II.

What to do? Seek, and you shall find, I told myself, go back to what you have learned and believed from the beginning, and so I did.

Serendipity — #JusJoJan

Ah! Another Challenge, Word Prompts

Moment of Truth …

Death is the moment of Truth!

Why is it so morbid to think of death?

Is it because we are afraid of the truth.

Life, on the other hand, is a pleasant subject, we have high expectations, hopes for happiness, and delusions that it will never end.
As the years go by, that moment of truth gets closer and nearer.
We push it away, but why?

The reason is, we don’t understand our purpose in life. What is our mission?

Simply put, it is “To Know, Love and Serve God in this life so we will be happy with Him in Eternity.”

Many Christians seek a lifestyle that speaks the reason for life is for God, to know me, love me and serve me, then they wonder why they fear that moment of truth, DEATH!

The atheist reasoning best explained from an epitaph etched on a gravestone. “All dressed up and no place to go.”

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