Be true to yourself and your principles. Remain humble in spite of your achievements in life. You are someone who people look up to and admire, someone of great influence to others. Having that genuine care for your constituents is a stepping stone in building strong connections with them. Give utmost unconditional love & care and these actions will reciprocate to you from your peers and loved ones. People will remember you for what you’ve done to them through your actions, just like the saying, “actions speak louder than words.”
Principles and Values were instilled since your childhood and are continuously being formed during adulthood. Generation to generation, blood to blood, these are being passed on to build one’s character, to hone one’s personality. For who you are today, you are defined by the principles and values that you live by through your experiences and beliefs. What principles and values will you inspire others to stand up for?
Gospel Mark 4:26-34 (Memorial of St John Bosco)
The Episcopal Commission on Youth endorses this powerful book that guides its readers into a journey of self-actualization. This book of Fr. Armand Robleza, SDB is of great inspiration, courage, and hope, every word rings with truth, kindness, and the beauty of the human spirit.
The Episcopal Commission on Youth endorses Fr Armand D Robleza’s book The Code Of Champions. Read it here.