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Hello .. as you know Chico xavier has thousands of phrases of thoughts and reflections, so instead of opening thousands of posts, I will put here the ones I find ...

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HAPPINESS
“Happiness does not come from possessions or power, but rather from a wise and dedicated heart."
FRANCISCO CÂNDIDO XAVIER



SELFISHNESS
Selfishness causes us to see competitors in everyone. Fraternity finds brothers and sisters in all.”
FRANCISCO CÂNDIDO XAVIER



ACCOMPLISHMENT
“Jesus said: ‘to each one will be granted according to his own work.’ Do not worry about the others, except to help them; because the law of God does not know you for what you observe, but through your accomplishment.”

ANDRÉ LUIZ - FRANCISCO CÂNDIDO XAVIER



GIVING THANKS
“Upon arising, thank God for the blessing of life. If you are not in the habit of praying, be composed and recall old thoughts of serenity and optimism for a few moments before resuming activity.”

ANDRÉ LUIZ - FRANCISCO CÂNDIDO XAVIER



TO SERVE
“If you have erred, think about the assistance that you can render to others and correct yourself through work. Do not condemn yourself; serve more. God understands us.”

EMMANUEL - FRANCISCO CÂNDIDO XAVIER

 

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SPIRITUAL ATTACHMENT
“A spirit obsessor exerts upon us an influence
proportional to the attracting weakness in our energy
field.”



FRIENDS AND ADVERSARIES
"We need encouraging friends so that we perform
our duties correctly, and adversaries to help us
correct our lingering deficiencies."

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LIFE GOES ON
“Death, to me, means a change of residence without loss of individuality, because life goes on carrying with it all that we have within ourselves, be it good or the absence of good. We will pass to the other life with that which we've gained ourselves.”



COOPERATION
"For the time being, your cooperation is not required in Paradise; without question, your reality at this time is to learn, to love, to help and to serve right here on Earth.”
-ANDRÉ LUIZ

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ILLUMINATING PATH

“Without good ways, you will live without the trust of others.
Without a fortress, you will succumb as you face the first obstacle on the road.


Without positive faith, you will wander without direction.
Without dedicating yourself to goodness, you will risk terrible hardening of your heart.

Without noble examples, you will become useless to the world.
Without constructive work, the tedium will deplete your energy.


Without your own effort, you will never reach the doors to the Higher Realms.
Without hope, your terrestrial nights will be without light.


Without understanding, your way through the shadows will be painful.


Without a spirit of renouncement, you won't help illuminate the paths of others.”

ANDRÉ LUIZ - FRANCISCO CÂNDIDO XAVIER

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In the late 1970s, the late poet Eurícledes Formiga was in our region for a cycle of lectures.

During his exhibition in the city of Jaguapitã, he repeatedly quoted picturesque facts from the life of Chico Xavier, greatly enriching his message.

We didn't have the opportunity to meet Formiga. When we entered the ranks of Spiritism, he was already in the spiritual homeland. We had access to this lecture through a small cassette tape with the recording of the lecture, which was property of Hugo Gonçalves, director of this newspaper, who gave it to us.


The Sage and the Scorpio

Eurícledes said: “One day Chico told something wonderful within this context, which is our informal exhibition. He said the following:-Once, in India, a sage was passing with his disciple on the bank of the river Ganges, when he saw a scorpion that was drowning. He then ran and, with his hand, removed the little animal, and brought it to dry land.

At that moment, the scorpion stung him... They say it is a terrible pain... He swelled the sage's hand.

As soon as he patiently placed it on the ground, the scorpion returned to the water. And he, with his hand already swollen, under those violent pains, goes and removes it again.

And the disciple kept watching...

The third time he brings the scorpion, with his hand already quite swollen and the pains violent, he puts it further away, on the ground. Then, the disciple can't stand it anymore, and says: - Master, I don't understand... This animal... It's the third time that you're going to take it out of the water and it pricks your hand like that. You must be in horrible pain...

And he, with the placid face of souls who know the secret of good, of those who have truly conquered a territory of love and renunciation in their hearts and who have a vision of heavenly truths, turns to the disciple and says: - My son, for now his nature is to sting, but mine is to save!"

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JOSÉ ANTÔNIO VIEIRA DE PAULA
depaulajoseantonio@gmail.com
Cambé, Paraná (Brasil)

http://www.oconsolador.com.br/ano6/302/umminutocomchico.html

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