[There is a] kind of all-embracing universality evident in Mother Teresa’s prayer:
'May God break my heart so completely that the whole world falls in.' Not just fellow nuns, Catholics, Calcuttans, Indians. The whole world. It gives me pause to realize that, were such a prayer said by me and answered by God, I would afterward possess a heart so open that even hate-driven zealots would fall inside... [My] sense of the world as a gift, my sense of a grace operative in this world despite its terrors, propels me to allow the world to open my heart still wider, even if the openness comes by breaking—for I have seen the whole world fall into a few hearts, and nothing has ever struck me as more beautiful. David James Duncan
Some people are difficult to love...impossible without the Great Goodness. The best I can do today is not hate.