Tuesday, December 31, Jn. 1:1-18

On this the last day of the year our Gospel takes us back to the beginning–the real message of the end of the year–we are offered a new beginning–we are given fresh opportunities–and I believe if we look beyond ourselves we will really have a new beginning–see a new beginning in advocating for homelessness, for better housing for all, for really true healthcare for all–tomorrow morning feed a homeless person, talk to them, and do that every day and I promise you your life will take on a new perspective,  love someone beyond your own circle, family–move out and encompass all the world as family–that is a new beginning. Deo Gratias! Thanks be to God!

Everyone on earth could be fed easily because we currently grow more than enough grain to feed ten billion people; our current practice of feeding this grain to untold billions of animals and eating them forces over a billion of us to endure chronic malnutrition and starvation while another billion suffer from the obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer linked with eating diets high in animal foods.

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