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Ashes of Opportunity.

As we go further into Lent, we need to change our ways and be likable to the eyes of the Lord. We are called to His love, and all it takes for us is to listen to the voice in the desert. It is free after all, nothing will be charged, that debt has been paid through His divine mercy.

May this ash remind us that it is an invitation to repentance, an invitation to detach ourselves from that which is dead.

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