Paths Of Holiness Are The Daily Fulfillment Of Your Duty

Children of God, paths of holiness are the daily fulfillment of your duty, whatever it may be, and if you also do it with immense love for God, then you will reach a high and sublime level of glory in Heaven. I, Jesus, am speaking to you.
If everyone fulfilled their duties as God wishes in perfection, honesty, diligence, without fraud, without selfishness, trying not to always seek the best work for themselves, then the world would be a delight, because everyone would fulfill their mission without offending or wounding their companions or anyone. The leader must be a leader, but must know how to command and must respect the limitations and conditions of everyone, without abusing his authority nor being excessive in his orders. The servant must be a servant, obeying whether they understand or not, but fulfilling his mission with diligence and professionalism.
Do not murmur against one another, as you give the tongue much [material], and this is reprehensible. I do not like it that you criticize one another and, if you see at work someone who makes mistakes, make them see them with charity and kindness and do not humiliate them to the point that they are ashamed.
You all make mistakes, many only seen by Me - if you knew how many mistakes! You demand perfection from others, but you are very indulgent towards yourselves, as you exculpate yourselves from all the evil you do. I, Jesus, am speaking to you.
Be exemplary in all places where you go - the same in the Parish as at work, the same in the family as in the associations to which you belong. Be people of whom ill can never be spoken, because you are seen to be fulfilling your mission with good will and with real effort. It is easy for you to be good in your families because you are moved by the love you have for them, but then you are not the same in the neighborhood or in your places of work, where you are always trying to find fault with others, to reveal it to others and to highlight the professionalism or good reputation of those people with whom you find fault. And if this is for the laity who live in the world, it is much more so in monasteries, convents or seminaries where your example should be an exceptional sense of duty in devoting yourselves to the consecrated life. I, Jesus, am speaking to you and instructing you.