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Today’s Lenten fast can be from too much self-concern. Instead, consider the experience and burdens of others, and “walk a mile in their moccasins.”
An excellent practice for Lent would be to gain perspective. As Henry David Thoreau said, It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.
Fast from the problems that overwhelm your life and weigh you down. Ask God for help, and be present to someone else who is struggling.
How about if this day in Lent we fast from lethargy. Focus on what gives you enthusiasm for life.
Jesus was always telling his disciples, “Fear not.” So let’s fast from anxiety, fear and worry. God’s goodness permeates our lives. So let us trust in the goodness of the Divine. What a great Lenten practice!
On this First Sunday in Lent, let’s fast from discouragement, and trust that the good that we do matters.
This Saturday in Lent is a good day to fast from pessimism, and negativity. Be hopeful in your outlook on life.