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Some time before the week is out, I plan to embark on a coffee fast. I am doing it in place of a food fast because the last several times I did food fasts, I experienced a great deal of weakness, … Continue reading
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Stewardship of the Mind
A friend sent me a piece about the human mind that is well worth sharing. As is his custom, Fred selected this from among the often neglected archives of 19th-century letters.
Posted in The Mind Tagged despair, discipline, evil, flesh, focus, gloom, good, hope, intentional, mind, mindful, optimism, passion, permanence, pessimism, philosophy, ponderings, soul, spirit, thinking, thoughts, train, undisciplined 2 Comments