It is not you who will speak...

Friday, July 10, 2020 - 14th week of Ordinary Time - Gospel of Jesus Christ according to Saint Matthew 10, 16-23 - When he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will lead you into all truth and make you remember all that I have said to you.

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Although Dera took advantage of what happened at the hotel to flee, he couldn't because he fell down the stairs, waking up all those who were sleeping and gathering them all together. Among them were the two blind people he had given money that morning, had dined with him at the hotel, who had surprised him and shared a room with him.

Dera has felt almost every human emotion deep down inside him. Even though he tried to be careful.

During these comings and goings through Antananarivo, Dera felt many emotions: anger, anxiety, fear, shock. And there, he will know what shame is.

When Dera told her parents that Vola gave birth, they came with Soa and her father. Dera's problems didn't go away, but they got worse. The occupation continued for him, but for Vola it didn't affect her, but rather she showed herself to be a responsible mother.