“Just”

indexWords have multiple meanings but how about one that just means time, lowliness, righteousness and precision.

“Just Married” noisily trails the overpriced limo that takes you to a garden for pictures where your wedding never took place.  “I’m just a housewife,” says the mom we all miss these days of daycare centers.  “It is right and just” that we should do the right thing but often find ourselves choosing the opposite.  “I just called to say ‘I love you'” sings Stevie Wonder, just in the nick of time of time which is just what he needed to say to his love.

It’s not that I have a lot to say it’s just that I think it is just of you to just stick in there and just be yourself in spite of the just person you think yourself to be when you are only just you.

Just in case I forget, I just wanted to share my one word with you and hope you just take it for what it’s worth and let me just end in a just manner.

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About Rev. Joe Jagodensky, SDS.

A Roman Catholic priest since 1980 and a member of the Society of the Divine Savior (Salvatorians). www.Salvatorians.com. He is associate pastor of partnering parishes, Christ King and St. Bernard parishes in Wauwatosa, WI.
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One Response to “Just”

  1. Mary Delgado says:

    This is just too much!!!

    Like

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