Do not be angry with an ungrateful person; probably they are confused or inexperienced.— Chico Xavier
The most courageous Chico Xavier quotes to get the best of your day
In terms of changes, the spiritual mentors teach me that I must not forget those relating primarily to improve myself.
Jesus Christ did not ask much from us, He did not demand that people climb Mount Everest or make great sacrifices. He just asked that we love one another.
Help those who make mistakes; your feet walk on the same ground, and even if you possess the possibility to correct them, you have no right to censure them.
We need to get rid of hate, envy, jealousy, discord in ourselves, so we can reach a solution in terms of peace in order to feel that time has come for human happiness.
When each one of us become an active and living book of lessons for those who see our examples, the boundaries of religious interpretation will give way to the new era of brotherhood and peace we're waiting for.
Do not fret over the ignorant person;
surely they have not had the opportunities which illuminated your path.
I'm not irreplaceable ... I'm nothing but grass growing on the ground; when the grass dies, another one replaces it.
Aid the sick; thank the Divine Power for the state of equilibrium you are able to conserve.
It is not up to us to particularize, but rather to deduce that the concepts of human rights originated from the divine influence because, as far as we are concerned, we are compelled to recognize our slow individual evolution from fierce selfishness toward a universal love, from the iniquity toward true justice.
If the individual could succeed in discovering through human experience the profound past, he, would more rapidly, reach the conclusion that all the opportunities that complement him in knowledge and health, come from Divine Kindness and, that most of the material resources that are at his disposition and desires proceed from injustice.
It is for this reason that Jesus left us the parable of the unfaithful servant, inviting us into a sincere fraternity in order that through it we could find the path of rehabilitation.
The Master encouraged us to gain friends, that is, to expand our circle of friends through which we can feel more intensive protection in a spirit of cooperation and through intervening values.
If you pay too much attention to the criticism of the one who is inferior, then you must endure the constraints of the plane to which you have descended without feeling hurt.
Do not be perturbed with by an ill-bred person;
in most cases the one who is unsociable has a liver complaint and bad nerves.
Think of your adversary as a bearer of equilibrium;
if we have need of friends to stimulate us, we equally need someone to show us our errors.
It will be enough to recall in th is sense that almost all the Countries arose, centuries ago, through cruel conquests. With exception, men have been squandering servants th at at the moment of adjustment did not appear to be worthy of the benefits received.
If I would expect better spiritual conditions to serve, I would not have started until the present moment.
Help the companion who is insecure; perhaps they do not have enough to supply their needs, while you retain an excess.
Every little bit of peace I bring someone is worth the peace I never had.
Avoid trouble with those who are fanatics;
they remain imprisoned in exclusivism and deserve compassion just as any other prisoner.
The soul that acquires the virtue of forgiveness won't find any more trouble.
No matter what happens, he will know how to run his life.
Do not imprison those about you to your way of thinking;
give your companion the opportunity to interpret life as freely as you do.
If our spiritual past is somber and painful, let us try to simplify it, by acquiring true dedications that will assist us through the harsh climb of redemption. If we do not, today, have a determined bond with the wealth of injustice, we had it yesterday, and it becomes indispensable that we take advantage of time for our own individual readjustment before the Divine Justice.
Pardon the deserter; he is weak and will return to the lesson later on.
Remember all those who suffer from their own downfall, after having believed themselves to be winners, and who now weep for the many lost hours. So while you still have time, seek to enrich your own spirits for the tomorrow which awaits you because, in accordance with the teachings of the Lord, it is of no use to retain the outward appearance of the splendor of all the empires of this world, if you maintain darkness within your heart.
The worker faithful to the well has neither the intention, or time, to violate the name and the service of others.
When we have faith and discipline everything becomes easier.
Patience is the mother of all virtues. With anxiety all our lives become worse.
When I was a child, I spoke like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child; when I became an adult, I put an end to childish ways. For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then we will see face to face. Now I know only in part; then I will know fully, even as I have been fully known. And now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love.