March 10, 2018, Prescott-
My second Fasting Saturday featured the usual early big breakfast, and later in the morning, a visit to Farmer’s Market- important, since I missed last weekend, due to my tax return preparation. That gave me enough food for the next three fasting meals. I went to Ms. Natural’s, in early evening, and bought the last of Claudia’s Hungarian mushroom soup, to take home of course. Wild Iris did not have a paint night, this evening, but I did break the Fast there, then headed back to Home Base.
Living alone gives me a lot of time to spend in either contemplation or in fantasizing. I much prefer the former. There is simply too much to be done, and a lot of it is in specialized, precise activities. I need to know how to meet each challenge, head-on. Fantasy entertained me, in my loneliness, but never got me far.
So, with the aid of various fasting meditations and reading so much that is inspiring, here and elsewhere, I enjoy this time of looking at matters from several angles.