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Written by Mother Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997), a Roman Catholic nun and missionary in Calcutta, India.  This is an excerpt from her book “A Gift For God .”

Suffering is increasing in the world today. People are hungry for something more beautiful, for something greater than people round about can give. There is a great hunger for God in the world today. Everywhere there is much suffering, but there is also great hunger for God and love for each other.


Written by Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109), a Benedictine monk, abbot, philosopher and Christian theologian. He served as the archbishop of Canterbury from 1093-1109.

O Lord my God.

Teach my heart this day where and how to find you.

You have made me and re-made me,

And you have bestowed on me all the good things I possess,

And still I do not know you.

I have not yet done that for which I was made.

Teach me to seek you,

For I cannot seek you unless you teach me,

Or find you unless you show yourself to me.

Let me seek you in my desire;

Let me desire you in my seeking.

Let me find you by loving you;

Let me love you when I find you. Amen.

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