Anthony de Mello, a Jesuit monk before he died in 1972, would have us to believe, “I was neurotic for years. I was anxious and depressed and selfish. Everyone kept telling me to change. I resented them and I agreed with them, and I wanted to change, but simply couldn't, no matter how hard I tried.
“Then one day someone said to me, “Don't change. I love you just as you are,” Tony famously once wrote. “Those words were music to my ears: ... (click for more)