Beyond the Clouds by Fr. Jacob Nampudakam, S.A.C. - Page 51

But for those that are known- doing good deeds under air traffic control’s radar- be sure to acknowledge them. As I was getting off the plane once, I stopped at the stewardess, and- looking at her eyes- thanked her. I really meant it. Her reaction surprised me; she looked at me in the same way and said thank you. She had become so familiar with the casual greeting from either side. That young lady- who kept awake and served us during the 8 hour flight- deserved our gratitude. How beautiful life will be if we keep singing and thanking the Lord for all His blessings! Not only will it make the sun shine in our lives, but it will also make our communities run on positive energy! If our television channels could present more of the beautiful things that happen in the world, and present life testimonies of the ordinary saints and unsung heroes and heroines, we could have a taste of paradise in anticipation. Long live the unknown soldiers who sacrificed their lives; their sacrifice was not in vain. And long live the quiet souls that seek justice and promote peace; your work is also not in vain. Every good deed continues to reverberate across the entire Universe, becoming the creative and positive energy which rotates goodness around the world. 51