Misiangtho te kammal pawlkhat ~ Sia Francis Kham
Dear all, Anuntak pih huai misiangtho te kammal pawl khat : –
The good man is free, even if he is slave. The evil man is a slave even if he is a king. (St. Augustine, 354-430)
Mihoih mipha te pen sila ahih zenzen hangh a suakta mi ahi uhhi. Mawh nei te ahih uh leh Kumpi pa ahi phial zong in sila mah a suak hi.
There is good without evil; but there is nothing evil without good. (St. Thomas Aquinas,1225-1274)
Siatna om lo pi in hoihna om thei na pi in, Hoihna om lo in siatna om thei lo.
For the valiant man, fortune and misfortune are like his right and left hands; he uses both hand. (St. Catherine of Siena, 1347-1380)
A hangsan mi te a ding ding in daupaina leh beidonna pen alang nih tuak aa zat a vei leh a tak lam khut tawh ki bang hi.
Man is so great that nothing on earth can satisfy him. Only when he turns to Gos is he content. (St. John Vianney, 1786-1859)
Mawhna pan kisik in ong ciah ciangh bek in leitung ah Pasian alungdam sak zo mihing te ahihman in manpha mahmah hi.
Draw your strength simply from your joy in Jesus. Be happy and peaceful. Accept whatever he takes, with a big smile. (Bl. Teresa of Calcutta)
Jesu sung ah na lungnopna te pan tha san in la, Lungdam in lungnuam in. Maitai tak in a phul khak bangbang Topa aa ci in san siam in.
Nang tawh Jesu sung ah, Sia Francis Kham (Nashville)