time in reflecting on the fruits of life lived in the
of people whose lives are characterised by one or more
of them and the effect they have on you - and on
of the fruits is most evident in your own life (don’t be
unduly modest on this one - remember: all is gift!)
conversely, which fruit may need a little more work? How
- apart from prayer - could you help to develop those in
need of attention?
about what a community whose life was characterised by
these fruits would be like...
fruits are evident in the life of your community? What
effect does this have on its own life - and the life of
others around it?
qualities need to be cultivated? And what are you
prepared to do to help in their development?
a time imagining what your life - and society in general
would be like if it were to be lived as St Paul
describes unbridled self indulgence...
life do you choose - for yourself - those around you -
and for the world?
can you make that choice real and active?
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