We live in a society in which admitting one’s own sins is seen as a sign of weakness.
We are our own worst enemy when we follow only our own desires.
Reconciliation requires sacrifice; it is costly and is humbling. But it is the only way to construct the identity of a nation that fosters peace, generosity and prosperity.
The main character in “Bridge of Spies” not only believes in the power of the word, but also seeks to identify himself with the other, with the enemy.
We discover that a small physical problem can paralyse the body of a great sportsman. How much more, in our spiritual life, can just one sin come to be the destruction of our life.