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March 16th, 2009

Monday of the Third Week of Lent

 
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Lent Quotable

Why is it so important that you are with God and God alone on the mountain top? It’s important because it’s the place in which you can listen to the voice of the One who calls you the beloved. To pray is to listen to the One who calls you “my beloved daughter,” “my beloved son,” “my beloved child.” To pray is to let that voice speak to the center of your being, to your guts, and let that voice resound in your whole being.
— Henri Nouwen

Fast from thoughtlessness.

Pray for five minute on the gifts or the people in your life you have been given that you sometimes take for granted.

Give genuine compliments to two people you encounter and perform at least one small act of kindness.

Slipped up? Don’t give up. Start again and share your
struggles at our “Slip Support Station” on Facebook.
Today’s Prize is: a tin of Busted Halo M&M’s

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