Mending is a good metaphor for daily spiritual life. We are each part of the great woven fabric of the world community. When a couple in their mud brick house in Africa maintains a just and joyful relationship, the world is a little bit better place because of them. . . . We are valuable members of the human community when we take our own moral inventory and make daily repairs for our mistakes.
To Practice This Thought:
Review your actions during the past 24 hours. Imagine yourself correcting all your mistakes, and act on one correction before going to sleep.
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