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In the ‘Practical daily reminder to imitate our Lord Jesus Christ’ (OOCC III, pages 34 – 39) St. Vincent Pallotti proposes the following:

Before beginning any activity in the daily routine:

- reflect first of all on what would be the thinking of the holy mind of Jesus in these concrete situations;

- consider what the feelings of his divine Heart would be;

In situations in which one must speak:

- ask oneself what words of humility, gentleness, charity, patience and prudence would Jesus use;

- consider just how measured his words would  be, he would use neither too many nor too few words;

In the use of all material and created things that are necessary to life:

- consider the moderate use that Jesus Christ made of these;

- with ones imagination try to see Jesus, and using the imagination and in a spirit of reviving or intensifying ones faith, think of the God-man who became for us both an example and a model;

- it is Jesus Christ himself who is the practical rule or guide for both the interior and outward life of the Christian;

- an invitation is made to trust in the grace with which he wishes to bless us abundantly in order that we may imitate him.


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