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March 6th, 2012 9:00 PM

Dear Friends,

As I was leaving church the other day, I noticed there were several handouts and newsletters placed on a desk in the vestibule. I came across a purple flyer which garnered my interest by the heading, 'Fasting and Feasting'. As you may be aware, many of us are involved in the season of Lent, where prayer, abstinence and almsgiving are activities where growth in one's faith has its rewards in spiritual discernment.

I believe many Americans have come to recognize there is a basis for the trials we as a nation continue to confront and endure.

I do not know the author of this work, however I am grateful that I have the ability to share it with you.


Fast from judging others; feast on the Christ dwelling in them.

Fast from focusing on differences; feast on the unity of all life.

Fast from apparent darkness; feast on the reality of light.

Fast from words that pollute; feast on phrases that purify.

Fast from discontent; feast on gratitude.

Fast from anger; feast on patience.

Fast from pessimism; feast on optimism.

Fast from worry; feast on trust.

Fast from complaining; feast on appreciation.

Fast from negatives; feast on affirmatives.

Fast from unrelenting pressures; feast on unceasing prayer.

Fast from hostility; feast on nonviolence.

Fast from bitterness; feast on forgiveness.

Fast from self-concern; feast on compassion for others.

Fast from personal anxiety; feast on eternal truth.

Fast from discouragement; feast on hope.

Fast from facts that depress; feast on truths that uplift.

Fast from lethargy; feast on enthusiasm.

Fast from suspicion; feast on truth.

Fast from thoughts that weaken; feast on promises that inspire.

Fast from idle gossip; feast on purposeful silence.


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Posted by Jesse Dorado on March 6th, 2012 9:00 PMPost a Comment

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