During the Lenten Season one year, a family visited a friend’s Church. As the host was pointing out the beauty of the stained-glass windows, all eyes were instead drawn to a large, wooden cross to the right of the altar, to which dozen of pieces of paper were attached. The parishioners, they learned, had written down what they hoped to give up for Lent and had placed them there as a weekly reminder.
Everyone smiled in understanding when they saw, attached to the very top, someone’s evidently over-used MasterCard.
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