Distributing food is a unique act of love because food is the basis for life. When the church can distribute food, it can allay one of people's most primal fears -- that of going hungry -- as a way of helping people come to peace. When sources of food are close at hand, peace may be sustained.
~ Pamela Couture ~
Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean, and professor at Saint Paul School of Theology
1. ...bringing my computer home from the hospital
2. ...finding new foods that I like
3. ...being able to help others when they ask
4. ...purring kittens nearby
5. ...three hour massages
7. ...meeting new friends face to face
8. ...reconnecting after time apart
9. ...hearing the wind chimes (which is pretty much the only good thing about wind besides being able to sail in it)
10. ...sleeping past 6:30
11. ...reading good writing
12. ...a full tank of gas
13. ...being able to wear sweaters again
14. ...and cowboy boots
15. ...buying clothes that fit
16. ...having clean laundry (and therefore, options of what to wear)
17. ...working with polite competent people who take responsibility
18. ...finding lost items (where are you gloves?)
19. ...taking a nap while waiting
What are you loving today?
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