Reflection — May 10th
821 million people went to bed hungry last night; many of them — children
How does this statistic make you feel?
Imagine being malnourished to the point where your body is unable to stomach more than a quarter portion of food.
It almost makes one feel foolish depriving oneself of chocolate or coffee for Lent, doesn’t it?
Many theologians refer to this uncomfortable feeling as ‘holy discontent’. An emotion that sets the tone for a radical lifestyle filled with just attempts to make the ‘wrongs’ right. It’s a conscious decision to shy away from apathy by lending a hand where it is most
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