First of all, I have seen how the Science and Technology sectors have put lots of time and resources into their Research and Development to come up with new ways to improve and advance their businesses and our modern way of life. Following their thinking, I want to do the same for our Spirituality sector. I want to come up with a new way of prayer that is simple, personal, relatable, character-building, and suitable to the busy way of life for a twenty-first-century Christian.
Rev. Peter G. Vu has been a Catholic priest of the Diocese of Grand Rapids, Michigan for twenty years and also a chaplain at Grand Rapids Home for Veterans. He was born in Saigon City (currently Ho Chi Minh City), Viet Nam and was a young boy when the Viet Nam War ended. He witnessed the war with great horror and deep appreciation for peace. He grew up with the Communist government system and endured many hardships for more than a decade. What helped Rev. Vu and his countrymen tremendously during those dark days was their faith and prayers. His love for prayers and meditations blossomed. He also exchanged new ideas about prayers and mediations with his Buddhist friends.
“Listen to counsel and accept instruction that you may eventually become wise.” (Proverbs 19:20)
It is difficult for us to accept ourselves—our strengths and weaknesses along with the situations in which we find ourselves. We tend to hate who we are and the way we look. Or, we become covetous and desire what our neighbors have. We curse our current situations and do not make good use of what God has given us. Worse yet, we become destructive and destroy our neighbors. That is what Cain did to Abel. That is what King David did to his General Uriah.
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