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We are not social workers. We may be doing social work in the eyes of some people, but we must be contemplatives in the heart of the world. We have to learn to pray the work. To do it with Jesus, for Jesus, to Jesus - then we are 24 hours with Him, and that makes us contemplative in the heart of the world.

God has created us to love and to be loved, and this is the beginning of prayer--to know that He loves me, that I have been created for greater things. God has created us in His image and likeness enabling us to know Him, love Him and serve Him in this world, so as to be happy with Him forever in the life to come. This is the true purpose of life.

To live our lives with this aim, our lives have to be woven with prayer.