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Nun playing the violin to Jesus. When I was a child, I wanted to be just like her. This picture I saw in Birgitta Yavaris beautiful book. And still after all these years, this picture is so touching, so beautiful.

Nun playing the violin to Jesus. When I was a child, I wanted to be just like her. This picture I saw in Birgitta Yavaris beautiful book. And still after all these years, this picture is so touching, so beautiful.

Don't judge  “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” – Mother Teresa, Catholic nun and founder of the Missionaries of Charity

Don't judge “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” – Mother Teresa, Catholic nun and founder of the Missionaries of Charity

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The simplicity of a catholic nun's quarters. There are times when I dream of having a little cottage out in the woods where I can read, think, and write, where the bedroom would look something like this.

The simplicity of a catholic nun's quarters. There are times when I dream of having a little cottage out in the woods where I can read, think, and write, where the bedroom would look something like this.

Before and after ... Rev. Mother Dolores Hart (born October 20, 1938, Chicago, Illinois) is an American Roman Catholic nun and former actress. She made 10 films in five years, playing opposite Stephen Boyd, Montgomery Clift, George Hamilton and Robert Wagner, having made her movie debut with Elvis Presley in Loving You (1957).[1][2]

Before and after ... Rev. Mother Dolores Hart (born October 20, 1938, Chicago, Illinois) is an American Roman Catholic nun and former actress. She made 10 films in five years, playing opposite Stephen Boyd, Montgomery Clift, George Hamilton and Robert Wagner, having made her movie debut with Elvis Presley in Loving You (1957).[1][2]

"To be taken with love for a soul, God does not look on its greatness, but on the greatness of its humility."~St. John of the Cross

"To be taken with love for a soul, God does not look on its greatness, but on the greatness of its humility."~St. John of the Cross

I love this picture, because although their is the cloister, it shows that nuns have such a powerful way of touching those who seek their comfort, for they have the Divine Comforter as their Spouse, to guide them in His way for those who seek His light.

I love this picture, because although their is the cloister, it shows that nuns have such a powerful way of touching those who seek their comfort, for they have the Divine Comforter as their Spouse, to guide them in His way for those who seek His light.

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