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- Shortcomings -
We all have shortcomings. 
Matthew Kelly, from Dnyamic Catholic, says many Saint's were born with shortcomings, and then learned to transform their shortcomings into Virtues. 
We all carry within us the capacity for holiness of life, and we also tend to be sinful. 
So, Jesus says to remove the wooden beam from your own eye before removing the splinter in your brother's eye.
Let us turn this criticism on ourselves rather, and as I have learned that with God's grace helping us, notice a change in our Christian conduct. 
We need to become Saints! With small steps, becoming more Christian and thus more charitable towards others, and less critical of the faults of others.
So, again, let us work day-by-day towards transform our shortcomings into becoming saint's in this world. 
God give you peace. 
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