1.So it seems from the example of Christ Himself, turning the other cheek is not something to be observed physically all the time. I know the Church father wrote that it was something to be observed in the heart. I assume this also applies to the counsel about borrowing and lending, not taking back what is ask of you, giving your cloak etc. What does it mean to observe these in the heart? When should they be observed physically?
2. What is meant by "Woe to you that now laugh: for you shall mourn and weep." (Lk. 6:25) is laughing wrong? Before you say "of course not!", what does the verse mean?
et introibo ad altare Dei ad Deum qui laetificat iuventutem meam
Abba Xanthios said, "A dog is better than I am, for he has love and he does not judge."
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