To be Christian does not mean, first of all, "to be someone good," which was the noble but dangerous illusion of the Stoics and the Jansenists. For Thérèse [of Lisieux], because of her inability, it is a question of learning to rely on someone else. Learning to change her point of support, because then one offers to God the one thing he cannot achieve without us, the offering of our freedom. It is not, in the first place, fantasies or even pious ideas that count, but gestures or small everyday actions.
--Fr. Bernard Bro, Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: Her Family, Her God, Her Message
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I KIND OF LIKE THE "MISTAKES," LIKE THIS ONE.