Do not fear the truth, transparency or whatever is unknown to you.
Do not fear to be before the world without capes, masks or veils that cover your human condition.
Do not fear to look at your miseries with transparency and at your imperfections with clarity.
Do not fear to feel that you are worse than others when, throughout the entire human history, beings tried to feel superior to their brothers and sisters.
Do not fear to enter into other Laws, into another time, into another archetype of life. Let yourself be naked before the truth and, with courage, see the capes of your pride and vanities fall. The humility that is born in the heart of those who let themselves be humiliated with sincerity is the biggest treasure of their evolution.
To try the truth and transformation is the real human realization.
You are not on Earth to create a character that adapts to tastes and human admiration and is praised by everybody. You are on Earth, child, to follow the example of that One Who was humiliated, crowned with thorns and crucified and who even so drifted away from all archetypes of human honor and glory, and showed beings what is the true legacy that a human must leave on Earth: unconditional Love.
Get rid of all your pride, your garments of vanities and selfishness. Let this cycle come with intensity and transform you, tearing apart from the inside and outside your deepest resistances.
Feel small, poor and miserable, without fear. Empty the chalice of your heart and the dwelling of your inner being, because the moment has come for them to be really occupied by God and not by you.
Do not fear to suffer, do not fear to lose what you think you have built, because finally, child, you will cease to build, to allow God to construct in you His fortress.
This will not be easy. It will surpass all your limits and break all your barriers, but in the end, it will reveal to you the real motif of your existence. And more than knowing that the Christic Love exists, you will be able to live it.
Your Father and Friend,
The Most Chaste Saint Joseph