No one is ever useless

Parents whose children have left home, a student uncertain about a career choice, a laid-off worker, a teenager without a special group of friends, may feel lost or without purpose. But is anyone ever really useless or lost? No!

For this statement to have meaning, however, we need to understand that our true identity isn't found in a mortal, sometimes happy and sometimes unhappy, existence. We truly are children of God, made in His likeness. Each of God's children, as the reflection of ever-active Love, is always useful. For us to be useless, God would need to be useless first, and that's impossible.

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August 19, 1996
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