I’m happy to move forward, applying myself to live daily the spirituality of the “Yes” found in the messages of “For the Happiness of My Own, My Chosen Ones. Jesus”. I praise God for all the transformations He has made in me during the last three years, through the “Yes” I give Him, again and again. This spirituality seems easy to apply, but, truth be told, it is difficult and destabilizing to let go. This is not done without struggle; one falls and rises again. I experiment how the renunciation of my own will gradually liberates me from the notion of power in the exercise of my responsibilities in the parish. I also discover that the more I give my “Yes” to the Lord, the more I progress on the path of renunciation of myself and the more I accept what He makes me live through, without rebellion, even during painful moments. The more I enter this movement of trust in His will, the more I experience an inner peace and joy. My relationship with the Lord and my neighbor is simplified.