Catholic Teachings, Catholic Quotes II

 

Catholic Teachings, Catholic Quotes:

God, God on earth:

  1. “God dreams big, wants to transform world, defeat evil.”
  2. “Just as God had the creativity to make the world, he has creativity to make new things each day.”
  3. “God created us to build, give life, move forward, create community & live in peace.”
  4. “God, creator of heaven & earth, doesn’t need to be protected by men; indeed, it is he who protects them.”
  5. “God made the universe; every new surprise is a tiny burst of joy before his creative greatness.”
  6. “Our great challenge is to speak to men and women about the closeness of God, who considers us his children.”
  7. “Why be afraid when God is always showing the way.”
  8. “I love so much this Jesus that bothers, pushes” us out of comfort zone.
  9. “Let Jesus be known in the world of politics, business, arts, science, technology & social media.”
  10. “Almighty God, creator and lord of the universe, was not afraid to become a small, trusting baby in the arms of Mary and still today wants to give himself for each of us, humbly, out of love.”
  11. “What joy to know that God is real, alive, not an idol and, therefore, will never let us down.”
  12. “The Annunciation shows God takes the initiative. He wants to be born into our homes & daily lives.”
  13. “God knows us by name.”
  14. God understands people’s emotions because God becomes human.”
  15. “God knows what we need more than we do ourselves.”

Spirit:

  1. “There are three possible voices in our head: God’s, ours and the voice of the world.”
  2. “Never underestimate the power of God’s Spirit working in you and through you and despite you … most of the time unbeknownst to you and me.”
  3. “It’s no use whining about the times because we are the times. It is through us that God acts in society.”
  4. Each and every person “is a story of love that God has written on this earth.”
  5. “God is the Lord of human history. Whatever way human history proceeds, it never becomes unconnected from the salvific plan of God.”

Youth:

  1. “People must be careful not to dash the hopes & dreams of young people or make them feel exploited.”
  2. “No to every type of drug use… Yes to education.”
  3. “Young people who are not seeking something or looking for meaning in life have gone into retirement.”
  4. (To young people) begin day praying, “Lord, challenge me today and give me the strength to rise to the challenge”.

Happiness, Joy:

  1. “Be happy in hoping, don’t only hope to be happy.”
  2. “Joy, a sign of God’s presence, is what church needs.”

Development, Economy:

  1. “The world of work is a human priority & therefore a Christian priority, a priority of the pope.”
  2. “True [economic] development is growth economically, with work, culture, family, faith — all are key to human flourishing.”
  3. “True [economic] development is measured by concern for human beings, their education, health and dignity.”
  4. “[Economic] development is: access to housing, dignified & properly remunerated jobs, adequate food, water; freedom & education.”
  5. “There can’t be a good economy without good businessmen, without their capacity to create and to produce.”
  6. “Successful businesses are essential to democracy.”
  7. “To end poverty, we must let the poor be active agents of own future. Let them organize, have education.”

Science & Faith:

  1. “Bridge the gap between science and faith through education.”
  2. “Integration of science and faith … God is leading us to this truth.”

Technology as God’s work:

  1. “Catholic campuses can be a model of energy efficiency.”
  2. Biotechnology has a strong impact on man’s life and our world.”

Challenges, issues of today’s world:

  1. “The answer to today’s challenges: Jesus.”
  2. “Jesus will bring world peace.”
  3. “Prince of Peace in every place turns hearts aside from violence and inspires them to lay down arms and undertake the path of dialogue.”
  4. Pursue peace in world’s trouble spots.”
  5. “Eliminate nuclear weapon, and instead devote resources to [economic] development.”
  6. “Boost cooperation among nations to end the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.”
  7. “It’s an absurd contradiction to speak of peace, and at the same time promote or permit the arms trade. Eliminate arms trade.”
  8. “Explore all ways to end narcotics trafficking. Denounce illegal drugs businesses … which has put an end to so many lives and is sustained by unscrupulous men.”
  9. “Ending human trafficking requires effective juridical instruments and concrete collaboration at multiple levels by all stakeholders.”
  10. “Pursue peace through social inclusion, paying attention to the plight of the country’s most marginalized populations.”
  11. “Eliminate violence, uphold dignity of all.”
  12. “The more women are involved in and contribute to communities, politics, economics and the church, the more positive changes will come about.”
  13. “Conditions in many parts of the world keep women and girls from getting even a basic education .. Access to education for each and every girl .. increased market access for women.”
  14. “Corruption is one of the most serious sins that plagues our world today.”
  15. “World needs to be saved from corruption, extortion, drug/arms trades, human trafficking.”
  16. “Participate in the global effort to fight hunger … so that every country increases its production and reaches food self-sufficiency.”

Signs:

  1. “Christians should act and pray so that the world can & will awake from long night of tribulation.”
  2. “We have hope that Jesus will transform our hearts of stone into hearts of flesh, able to love.”
  3. “Everyone must understand own weaknesses to really help others.”

World to come:

  1. “God can do the impossible. He will do miraculous things.”
  2. “The church and medicine can unite to bring healing.”
  3. “Christians can find comfort in knowing God has prepared for us a different future.”
  4. “God created us because he wants us to be happy.”
  5. “Our most beautiful days have yet to come. We are more people of spring than of autumn.”
  6. “God wants people to live with joy, and to dream with him of a better world. Christians must cultivate a ‘healthy utopia’ based on what God wants for the world.”
  7. “We are free if we live with Jesus. It means entering into the home of Jesus, to enter into that atmosphere, to live in that atmosphere there in the home of Jesus. To live there, to contemplate, to be free.”

Rule over all nations:

  1. “Governing requires wisdom.”
  2. “The kingdom of God is the light of the world, the leaven of the dough, a sign of salvation in order to build a more just world … the hope and eternal joy to which we are all called.”
  3. “In the Kingdom of God there are no idle hands, all are called to do their part; and for all, at the end, there will be compensation from divine justice – not human justice.”
  4. “God has a plan for each person to reach fulfillment.”
  5. “Christians should keep hope alive and fight against desperation through Jesus ‘who can open wide the doors’ and ‘look beyond the horizon.'”
  6. “We can’t improve our political landscape by observing and judging from afar, but that it involves personal involvement.”
  7. “Concern yourself with your country, a more just and honest society, that there’s justice. Concern yourself with defending the truth. You’re leaders in this story. You’re a protagonist in your country.”

Future of Church:

  1. “Jesus wants to continue building his church with us, this house that has solid foundations. Even if we are only ‘small stones,’ not rocks like St Peter, Jesus transforms us, uses us to build his church.”
  2. “Churches can continue along the path of true unity and communion.”
  3. “Each person has a place & mission in the church.”
  4. “Bible reading is devoting time to a loved one. Christians should pray together that God’s will for the unity of Christians will be accomplished.”
  5. “Evangelization is about knowing the human heart. From every population to which we go, a wealth emerges which the Church is called to recognize and value to bring about the unity of ‘all mankind’.. The many good traditions that people and their cultures possess give richness to the Church.”

Catholic Teachings, Catholic Quotes

 

Catholic Teachings, Catholic Quotes:

  1. “God dreams big, wants to transform world, defeat evil.”
  2. “Just as God had the creativity to make the world, he has creativity to make new things each day.”
  3. “God created us to build, give life, move forward, create community & live in peace.”
  4. “God, creator of heaven & earth, doesn’t need to be protected by men; indeed, it is he who protects them.”
  5. “God made the universe; every new surprise is a tiny burst of joy before his creative greatness.”
  6. (To young people) begin day praying, “Lord, challenge me today and give me the strength to rise to the challenge”.
  7. “I love so much this Jesus that bothers, pushes” us out of comfort zone.
  8. “There are three possible voices in our head: God’s, ours and the voice of the world.”
  9. “Never underestimate the power of God’s Spirit working in you and through you and despite you … most of the time unbeknownst to you and me.”
  10. “It’s no use whining about the times because we are the times. It is through us that God acts in society.”
  11. Each and every person “is a story of love that God has written on this earth.”
  12. “Be happy in hoping, don’t only hope to be happy.”
  13. “Joy, a sign of God’s presence, is what church needs.”
  14. “Let Jesus be known in the world of politics, business, arts, science, technology & social media.”
  15. “The world of work is a human priority & therefore a Christian priority, a priority of the pope.”
  16. “True [economic] development is growth economically, with work, culture, family, faith — all are key to human flourishing.”
  17. “True [economic] development is measured by concern for human beings, their education, health and dignity.”
  18. “[Economic] development is: access to housing, dignified & properly remunerated jobs, adequate food, water; freedom & education.”
  19. “There can’t be a good economy without good businessmen, without their capacity to create and to produce.”
  20. “Successful businesses are essential to democracy.”
  21. “To end poverty, we must let the poor be active agents of own future. Let them organize, have education.”
  22. “Why be afraid when God is always showing the way.”
  23. “God can do the impossible. He will do miraculous things.”
  24. “Christians should act and pray so that the world can & will awake from long night of tribulation.”
  25. “Christians can find comfort in knowing God has prepared for us a different future.”
  26. “God created us because he wants us to be happy.”
  27. “Our most beautiful days have yet to come. We are more people of spring than of autumn.”
  28. “God wants people to live with joy, and to dream with him of a better world. Christians must cultivate a ‘healthy utopia’ based on what God wants for the world.”
  29. “Young people who are not seeking something or looking for meaning in life have gone into retirement.”
  30. “Jesus wants to continue building his church with us, this house that has solid foundations. Even if we are only ‘small stones,’ not rocks like St Peter, Jesus transforms us, uses us to build his church.”
  31. Churches can continue along the path of true unity and communion.”
  32. “Each person has a place & mission in the church.”
  33. “God knows us by name.”
  34. “What joy to know that God is real, alive, not an idol and, therefore, will never let us down.”
  35. “The Annunciation shows God takes the initiative. He wants to be born into our homes & daily lives.”
  36. “Our great challenge is to speak to men and women about the closeness of God, who considers us his children.”
  37. “People must be careful not to dash the hopes & dreams of young people or make them feel exploited.”
  38. “No to every type of drug use… Yes to education.”
  39. “God knows what we need more than we do ourselves.”
  40. “Bridge the gap between science and faith through education.”
  41. “The answer to today’s challenges: Jesus.”
  42. “Eliminate nuclear weapon, and instead devote resources to [economic] development.”
  43. “Boost cooperation among nations to end the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.”
  44. “It’s an absurd contradiction to speak of peace, and at the same time promote or permit the arms trade. Eliminate arms trade.”
  45. “Eliminate violence, uphold dignity of all.”
  46. “Corruption is one of the most serious sins that plagues our world today.”
  47. “World needs to be saved from corruption, extortion, drug/arms trades, human trafficking.”

New Missions

New Missions

1. # Increase Food Production to End Hunger

2. # Ensure Access to Clean Water and Sanitation

3. # Ensure Energy Adequacy

4. # Build Better Cities

5. # Infrastructure for Development

6. # Business for Enrichment of Human Lives   # Business for Economic Development

7. # Leverage ICT for Development

8. # Improve Means of Transportation

9. # Technology Development Platforms for Mass Empowerment    # Maker Movement    # Girls Who Code    # DIY Bio

10. # Build Strong Public Institutions    [ # Democracy for Nations ]

Links

Favorite Quotes

 

“Know thyself.” – Greek maxim.

“I have always wished this for myself: ‘Stay hungry, stay foolish’.” – Steve Jobs

“Believe nothing. No matter where you read it, or who said it, even if I had said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your common sense.” – Buddha

“Sixty years ago I knew everything; now I know nothing; education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance.” – Will Durant

“Our evaluation of people, places and things are shaped, to a large extent, by society – what others think, how they evaluate. Very few of us are independent thinkers – willing to think for ourselves.” (Charismatic qualities)

“It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.” – Paulo Coelho (The Alchemist)

“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” – Neale Donald Walsch

“If we did all the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves.” – Thomas A. Edison

“I cannot live without brain-work. What else is there to live for?” – Arthur Conan Doyle (The Sign of Four)

“My mind,” he said, “rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me the most abstruse cryptogram or the most intricate analysis, and I am in my own proper atmosphere. I crave for mental exaltation.” – Arthur Conan Doyle (The Sign of Four)

“Show Holmes a drop of water and he would deduce the existence of the Atlantic. Show it to me and I would look for a tap. That was the difference between us.” – Anthony Horowitz (The House of Silk)

“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” ― Helen Keller

“Good, he did not have enough ‘imagination’ to become a mathematician!” — David Hilbert’s response upon hearing that one of his (mathematics) students had dropped out to study poetry.

“Everything that can be invented has been invented.” – Charles Holland Duell, 1899. “Virtually nothing, and I mean this honestly, has been invented yet.” – Woddy Norris, 2005.

“The universe is not only queerer than we imagine, but queerer than we can imagine.”- J. B. S. Haldane

“I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they’re right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.” ― Marilyn Monroe

“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
– William Shakespeare (Hamlet)

“All roads lead to Rome.” – Medieval proverb.

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” – Matthew 7:7

“All power in heaven and on earth has been given to me.” – Matthew 28:18 

“God created the Universe for his own Happiness and Feelings; created the Universe as his abiding place. From Atom to Society to Galaxy, design was driven by the singular goal of maximization of God’s Happiness and Feelings.” (10 Principles)

“Universe is designed such that individual pursuit of happiness translates into collective welfare.” (10 Principles) 

“Human created Systems Technology Art Knowledge Organisations are God Inspired.” (10 Principles)

“And so I say to you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of the netherworld shall not prevail against it.” – Matthew 16:18

Catholic Quotes:
1. “God dreams big, wants to transform world, defeat evil.”
2. “Just as God had the creativity to make the world, he has creativity to make new things each day.”
3. “God created us to build, give life, move forward, create community & live in peace.”
4. “God, creator of heaven & earth, doesn’t need to be protected by men; indeed, it is he who protects them.”
5. “God made the universe; every new surprise is a tiny burst of joy before his creative greatness.”
6. (To young people) begin day praying, “Lord, challenge me today and give me the strength to rise to the challenge”.
7. “I love so much this Jesus that bothers, pushes” us out of comfort zone.
8. “There are three possible voices in our head: God’s, ours and the voice of the world.” 
9. “Never underestimate the power of God’s Spirit working in you and through you and despite you … most of the time unbeknownst to you and me.”  
10. “It’s no use whining about the times because we are the times. It is through us that God acts in society.”
11. Each and every person “is a story of love that God has written on this earth.”
12. “Be happy in hoping, don’t only hope to be happy.” 
13. “Joy, a sign of God’s presence, is what church needs.”
14. “Let Jesus be known in the world of politics, business, arts, science, technology & social media.”
15. “The world of work is a human priority & therefore a Christian priority, a priority of the pope.”
16. “True development is growth economically, with work, culture, family, faith — all are key to human flourishing.” 
17. “There can’t be a good economy without good businessmen, without their capacity to create and to produce.”
18. “Successful businesses are essential to democracy.” 
19. “To end poverty, we must let the poor be active agents of own future. Let them organize, have education.”
20. “Why be afraid when God is always showing the way.”
21. “The Annunciation shows God takes the initiative. He wants to be born into our homes & daily lives.”
22. “What joy to know that God is real, alive, not an idol and, therefore, will never let us down.”
23. “God can do the impossible. He will do miraculous things.”
24. “Christians can find comfort in knowing God has prepared for us a different future.”
25. “God created us because he wants us to be happy.”
26. “Our most beautiful days have yet to come. We are more people of spring than of autumn.” 
27. “God knows us by name.”
28. “God knows what we need more than we do ourselves.”
29. “The answer to today’s challenges: Jesus.”
30.”Eliminate nuclear weapon, and instead devote resources to development.”
31. “Boost cooperation among nations to end the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.”
32. “It’s an absurd contradiction to speak of peace, and at the same time promote or permit the arms trade. Eliminate arms trade.”
33. “Corruption is one of the most serious sins that plagues our world today.”
34. “World needs to be saved from corruption, extortion, drug/arms trades, human trafficking.”

“I do not want my house to be walled in on all sides and my windows to be stuffed. I want the cultures of all lands to be blown about my houses as freely as possible. But I refuse to be blown off my feet by any.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Our task is to become God-like through knowledge.” – Brian Weiss (Many Lives, Many Masters)

Q: Did Biological Evolution really happen?
Me: “Metamorphosis doesn’t happen only in Kafka’s World!”

10 Principles

10 Principles To Believe In. 10 Principles To Base Your Life On.

1. # Maximizing Happiness And Feelings As Meaning Of Life   (God created the Universe for His own Happiness and Feelings; created the Universe as His abiding place. From Atom to Society to Galaxy, design was driven by the singular goal of maximization of God’s Happiness and Feelings.)

2. # Human created Systems Technology Art Knowledge Organisations Are God Inspired   (Holy Spirit is nothing but inspiration from God.) 

3. # Universe Is Designed Such That Individual Pursuit Of Happiness Translates Into Collective Welfare   (In Science, pursuit of Nobel Prize drives Human Knowledge Advancement. In case of Economics, see Adam Smith.)

4. # Promote Innovation And Creative Expression

5. # Focus On Challenges Milestones Prizes Accomplishments

6. # You Receive According To Your Deeds Over All Lives Lived   (Believe in Reincarnation and Karma.)

7. # Reward Punishment Comes As Materialistic Gains Or Losses And As Feelings

8. # Learning Earning Business Politics Research Engineering Count As Good Deeds

9. # Empower Others And Increase Happiness

10. # Earth Shall Become Paradise   (God, on His ‘Second Coming’ in human form, destroys all evil and evil temptation. At the end of ‘Apocalypse’, God institutes ‘Final Judgment’. God establishes His everlasting Kingdom on Earth. God rules over all Nations. God rules over all Planets.)

“He (Christ) ascended into heaven. He comes again with great power and glory to judge the living and the dead, and His kingdom will have no end. We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come.”

#Christianity

#Roman Catholic Church

Miraculous Powers

 Miraculous Powers

  • Healing; Body enhancement; Everlasting youth. 
  • Moving to any location at will; Teleportation; Disappearance – Reappearance; Bilocation; Parallel existence (Time travel).
  • Resurrection of the dead.
  • Determining birth, family and death.
  • Forgiving sins.
  • Precognition; Future vision; Prophecy.
  • Mind control; Knowing hearts, Reading minds.
  • Sensing, Controlling body organs; Sensing, Controlling multiple bodies at once (Mind over bodies).
  • Intensifying bodily senses; Hypersensitivity; Full-body multiple Feelings; Supersensitivity, Higher Feelings (Million times more intense. See NDE.).
  • Reshaping / Redesigning human body, organs & physiology (Feelings; Space, Planet).
  • Telepathy; Automatic translation of thought from one language to another (Language-independent medium).
  • Telepathic communication with animals.
  • Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence (ET).
  • Clairvoyance; Remote viewing.
  • Communication with the deceased; Communication with spirits.
  • Past life memory recall.
  • Electronic gadget control; Electronic communication control; Creating, editing Information / Audio / Video.
  • Telekinesis; Mind over matter.
  • Going back in time (one week; one year; Prehistoric) with others.
  • Moving to other Universes / Worlds; Fantastic worlds.
  • Protecting lives of people; Protection from harm.
  • Creating new Worlds; Creating new Universes.
  • Levitation; Flight.
  • Walking on water.
  • Exorcism.
  • Transfiguration.
  • Feeding multitude; Material creation; Transmutation.
  • Weather control.
  • Evolving one species into another at will (Metamorphosis).
  • Turning non-living into living; Giving life.

Miraculous Powers – 01: Miracles of Jesus

Miraculous Powers – 02: Science of Miracles, Miracles as Technology (Pointers for exploration)

7 Principles To Live By

7 Principles To Live By

1. # Maximizing Happiness And Feelings As Meaning Of Life   (God created the Universe for His own Happiness and Feelings; created the Universe as His abiding place.)

2. # Promote Innovation And Creative Expression

3. # Focus On Challenges Milestones Prizes Accomplishments

4. # You Receive According To Your Deeds Over All Lives Lived   (Believe in Reincarnation and Karma.)

5. # Reward Punishment Comes As Materialistic Gains Or Losses And As Feelings

6. # Learning Earning Business Politics Research Engineering Count As Good Deeds

7. # Earth Shall Become Paradise   (God, on His ‘Second Coming’ in human form, destroys all evil and evil temptation. At the end of ‘Apocalypse’, God institutes ‘Final Judgment’. God establishes His everlasting Kingdom on Earth. God rules over all Nations. God rules over all Planets.)

“He (Christ) ascended into heaven. He comes again with great power and glory to judge the living and the dead, and His kingdom will have no end. We look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come.”

#Christianity

#Roman Catholic Church

#Sufism   Dawah Movement 

Movements and Missions, Principles To Live By

Movements and Missions. Principles To Live By.

1. # Empowerment Of People

2. # High Quality Education For All

3. # High Quality Health Care For All

4. # High Speed Internet For All

5. # Internet For Mass Collaboration 

6. # Entrepreneurship Development

7. # Finance And Banking For All

8. # Employment For All

9. # Lets Build Nations

10. # Democracy For Nations

11. # Free Market Economy For Nations

12. # Ensure Ease Of Doing Business 

13. # Freedom Of Expression

14. # Empower The Poor

15. # Equal Dignity For All   # Justice For All   # Uphold Human Rights

16. # Minority Rights   # Black Lives Matter

17. # Maximizing Happiness And Feelings As Meaning Of Life

18. # Promote Innovation And Creative Expression

19. # You Receive According To Your Deeds

20. # Mutual Trust And Cooperation Among Nations   # Bilateral International Relations

21. # Nuclear Weapon Free World

22. # Bio And Chemical Weapon Free World   # Eliminate Weapons Of Mass Destruction

23. # Combat Climate Change Through Tech Innovation

24. # Youth Empowerment

25. # Social Media For Societal Transformation

26. # Women Empowerment    # He For She   # Gender Equality   # High Quality Education For Girls   # End Forced Child Marriage   # End Violence Against Women

27. # Build Stronger Families

28. # Stop Extremism Led Violence

29. # Say No To Corruption    # Financial Transparency

30. # Stop Organized Crime

31. # Stop Drug Trafficking

32. # Arms And Gun Control

33. # Stop Human Trafficking


# Nuclear Weapon Free World

First:

  • Iran (Elimination of Future Threats).

Next:

  • North Korea.
  • India and Pakistan: Bilateral agreements for gradual decrease in Nuclear arsenal.

Finally:

  • Agreement: United States, UK, France, China, Russia & Israel.

UN Sustainable Development Goals (2016 – 2030)global_goals_logos_chart

#Christianity

#Roman Catholic Church

#Sufism   Dawah Movement 


Important Links:

“Marrying a Prince not a prerequisite for being a Princess. (link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoZuMb19RJ4)” – Emma Watson on Twitter (Feb 22, 2015).

@EmmaWatson Queen  (Twitter link)

Around The World [10.01.15]

Latin America

“Argentina and Uruguay have installed programs to accept Syrians. Venezuela announced in September that it would accept 20,000 Syrians, while Chile said it would accept 50 Syrian families. Brazil is home to more than 2,000 Syrians who fled their home, and since 2013 the country has granted refugee status to more than 7,000 asylum-seekers.”