TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON JANUARY 27, 1983

"A LEGACY OF GOOD EXAMPLE"

JANUARY 27, 1983

“A LEGACY OF GOOD EXAMPLE”

“You do not have to have a public position in the world to leave your mark upon the world.

A man who is able to speak, who is able to act, who is able to work, who is able to think, who is able to be a part of a community of people, openly declaring through his silence, his actions, his total example, his sound morals, his belief in how God Wills men to live, and through his good example touches the lives of all with whom he comes in contact.  The mark is made, the mark is instilled, the mark in many ways engraved in the minds of all who have come in contact with the man who gave good conduct, sound logic, charity, sound moral values, sound moral standards, who expressed self-control and self-discipline, who spoke as being a man of virtue, even when he never spoke out loud.

THIS MAN CAN BE YOU.

This man is always understood and this man leaves a mark of love, not hate.  This man stands for all that is good.  Men may not refer to him as a Saint, but then men do not have this right, but men will refer to him through what they have been taught, and through the mark of his example passed on to them.  This mark will be so engraved that it will be deepened by those who follow his way.

Ask yourself today: ‘How much of a mark have I already given?  How much of a mark have I already made?’ Today can be the beginning of the mark that will become engraved in the habits, behavior and good example of other men, begun by you and now passed on by other men:  a legacy of fulfillment that encourages Sainthood.”

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