If I don’t see you practice that blessed brotherly spirit that I preach to you constantly. I’ll remind you of those loving words of St. John: “ My dear children, let us love not in word, neither with the tongue, but in deed and in truth.”
The power of charity! If you live that blessed brotherly spirit, your mutual weakness will also be a support to keep you upright in the fulfillment of duty—just as in a house of cards, one card supports the other.
Those clashes with the world’s selfishness will make you appreciate much more the fraternal charity of your brother-apostles.
I think it is all right for you to feel concern for your brothers--there is no better proof of your mutual love. Take care, however, to keep your worries from degenerating into anxiety.
“Greet all the saints. All the saints send you greetings. To all the saints who are at Ephesus, To all the saints in Christ Jesus who are at Phillippi.” What a moving name—saints!—the early Christians used to address one another! Learn how to treat your brothers.
I love you all my brothers in Christ,
Keep up the Great Work,