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February 22nd, 2010
“Easter is the demonstration of God that life is essentially spiritual and timeless.” — Charles M. Crowe

Fast from scheduling anything after work today.

Pray: Waste some time with God today. (Preferably not during work hours, i.e. don’t get fired!)

Give yourself a break today.

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  • neu

    To update, I did nothing. Just prayed, lounged around, looked at my homework, and didn’t do it. I shall do it tomorrow.

    God bless.

  • neu

    This is a challenge. I have homework to do, and I don’t want to put it off for another day. However, that is all I’ve planned to do today (prior to this Lenten challenge coming up).

    After doing it, I’ll do nothing. :)

  • Sam

    Leave it up to God.

  • Christy

    I agree. This could be difficult. I’m glad that there doesn’t happen to be any meetings scheduled for tonight.

    And I think I liked the idea of fasting from scheduling anything for work. heh heh. Although I suppose my boss wouldn’t like it.

    This one is definitely a challenge.

  • Mary Elizabeth Williams

    How do you fast from scheduling anything after work when your after-work time has been scheduled for three weeks and there’s no more to schedule?

  • http://billmcgarvey.com/index.html Bill McGarvey

    Sorry, that should read “Fast from scheduling anything after work today.” It’s been fixed. Thanks.
    Bill McGarvey

  • M

    I agree with Dale. I’m not sure what it means to fast from scheduling anything for work…

  • Dale

    How do you fast from scheduling anything for work on a Monday? I know I’m missing something here…

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