Hail be thou sisters,
I’m here again and overwhelmed by the number of queries you all have for God and I to answer! I have just returned from my imprisonment in Munich for heresy and am delighted to guide you all on the path towards God and the values of a Catholic.
“Start here go anywhere”
Hullo thy sister,
I recommend being more passionate about your classes and seeking a positive outlook towards the subjects you may not like. For example, I absolutely loved religion classes when I was younger due to my affinity with God.
Hope this helps,
Greetings kind dear,
I would suggest uniting with nature such as sitting near the pollen and maybe mother nature will prevent these allergies!
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”,
I am supportive of whatever decision you make, but I recommend you NOT shave your head as I find hair is a nice winter coat for my body.
Wishing you all the best x
Salutations my friend,
Thank you for those kind words about my writing, it’s friends like you who I know will make a wonderful difference in the future! I’m sorry to hear about your struggles about feeling isolated. I know that no matter what, God will always make time to be with you and listen to your problems.
You can always write to me if you need to as I have found myself with quite a fair bit of time on my hands since I’m imprisoned! You should also accept that maybe isolation is a good thing as you’re able to discover your identity further.
Your good friend,
Hail my sister,
I would recommend simply accepting this fact as God has created this path for you. You never know, your teacher may be picking on you as they know you have potential…
I am still a tad confused as to what you’re talking about! The last time I checked, the thylacines were still living happily down under and had not been made extinct yet.
Keep in mind that God does everything for a reason.
I have had a fabulous time answering all your wonderful queries! Please remember to ask me whenever you have a problem or need a friend.
“First Loreto, then the world”
- Mary Ward