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What he did next, few people do. He decided to invite two handicapped men to share his crumbling home. He wanted to share everything with them — his time, his money, his rest, his leisure, his personality. Nothing was to go unshared. And then again I saw their incredible openness to Gospel values, their yearning to be loved.
I got to see the Gospel more deeply. This unexpected insight turned everything upside down. Here were two mentally handicapped men showing a philosophy teacher the meaning of life; two weak and unlettered men were teaching the Gospel with awesome eloquence. Vanier found that people with disabilities were living the Beatitudes, purely and unconsciously.
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I could talk about the Beatitudes, but people with disabilities were actually living them at a much deeper level. Vanier is still marvelling at this discovery almost 40 years later. A spin-off movement, known as Faith and Light, has more than 1, groups in 75 countries. Vanier is the internationally acclaimed author of a dozen books and a renowned speaker and retreat leader.
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Vanier was speaking to mental health care professionals, recording a talk for BBC Radio 4, leading an ecumenical service and giving interviews — all within a few the space of a few hours. Not bad for a septugenarian. People are kind.
What more do you want? This is probably the most striking thing about Jean Vanier: he is not a sandal-shod do-gooder.
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He wants to challenge lies and illusions head-on. He wants people who are on fire with love. At Canaan, he gives an excessive amount of wine.