My days gone wrong today. What I have done all wasted and everything was deleted due to machine error. My hard drive crashed and all my hard work gone. All my sleepless efforts gone! My backup files, I accidentally reformatted and I will surely disappoint someone. I am so unhappy that my posts were connected to my name because I am out of tactics to resolve the issue for I set the reboot system all in USB drive because my CD drive is not working (but I am mistaken). I downloaded exe files but none worked. I found my old external hard disk but I couldn’t find the wire. Worst of all, my other system unit wouldn’t load.
St Genevieve, you defeated Atilla the Hun, a barbarian. Help me for there’s always a way. Oh, I forgot to thank you even it was so stressful yesterday with no sleep and whole day attending a course… and at night I had to finish something. I know, I did my best and thanks for interceding for me.
Saint Genevieve, you who by the days before, penance and prayer, ensured the protection of Paris, intercede near God for us, for our country, for the devoted Christian hearts. You who cured the sick and fed the hungry, obtain the light of God and make us stronger to reject temptation. You who had the concern of the poor, protect the sick, the abandoned, and the unemployed. You who resisted the armies and encouraged the besieged, give us the direction for truth and justice. You who through the centuries never ceased taking care of your people, help us to keep the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ. May your example be for us, an encouragement to always seek God and serve him through our brothers and sisters.
The life of St. Genevieve was one of great austerity, constant prayer, and works of charity. She died in the year 512. Her feast day is January 3rd.