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As the back cover blurb puts it, "this is a book that will fill you with feelings of utter despair, deep sadness and absolute rage. I had no feelings of utter despair, deep sadness or absolute rage, I think at my age I am somewhat numb to the acts of serial k I've had conflicting feelings while reading through Bernard O'Mahoney's 'Flowers in God's Garden'.
I had no feelings of utter despair, deep sadness or absolute rage, I think at my age I am somewhat numb to the acts of serial killers and paedophiles etc.
Feelings of revulsion certainly. O'Mahoney begins his book with the Moors Murders, particularly the case of Keith Bennett, then follows with the cases of 'Yorkshire Ripper' Peter Sutcliffe who murdered 13 women, paedophile Richard Blenkey who killed 7 year old Paul Pearson in , paedophile Shaun Armstrong who raped and murdered 3 year old Rosie Palmer in , paedophile Howard Hughes who strangled and raped 7 year old Sophie Hook in , along with Steven Heaney who murdered both Paul Barker aged 13 and Robbie Gee aged 12, at the same time as the Sophie Hook killing took place.
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Be respectful — Meeting differences of opinion with civil discussion encourages multiple perspectives and a positive commenting environment. All comments will be moderated — Given the volume of comments each day, this may take some time. I am not the world's best meditator and my mind wandered One thing I noticed in the darkness, lit only by candles was that the Easter lilies that totally covered the altar, surrounding Our Lord, were not very open compared to other years. Usually the smell from them permeates the entire room.
God's Flower Garden
As I noticed this and started counting I told you I was wandering there were only about 5 blooms actually open. Of those, only two were turned toward the tabernacle, the rest were turned away. There were a few half open, a few shut and ready to open, and a large amount really small and shut. I started comparing them to souls don't laugh, here. How many of us are open, our souls white and shiny enough to turn towards Our Lord, to honor Him with our whole being?
How many of us are open and beautiful, yet still turn our backs on Him? How many of us are half open Then there are the blooms in various states of immaturity, some of which I am afraid on those plants will shrivel before they ever open. I decided that all manner of souls were represented by those blooms, and how sad it was that so few were open and facing the right direction, and, shamefully, that I was not one of them.