Fast from judging others
Feast on the Christ dwelling in them
Fast from emphasis on differences
Feast on the unity of life
Fast from apparent darkness
Feast on the reality of light
Fast from thoughts of illness
Feast on the healing power of God
Fast from words that pollute
Feast on phrases that purify
Fast from discontent
Feast on gratitude
Fast from anger
Feast on patience
Fast from pessimism
Feast on optimism
Fast from worry
Feast on divine order
Fast from complaining
Feast on appreciation
Fast from negatives
Feast on affirmatives
Fast from unrelenting pressures
Feast on unceasing prayer
Fast from hostility
Feast on non-resistance
Fast from bitterness
Feast on forgiveness
Fast from self-concern
Feast on compassion for others
Fast from personal anxiety
Feast on eternal truth
Fast from discouragement
Feast on hope
Fast from facts that depress
Feast on verities that uplift
Fast from lethargy
Feast on enthusiasm
Fast from thoughts that weaken
Feast on promises that inspire
Fast from shadows of sorrow
Feast on the sunlight of serenity
Fast from idle gossip
Feast on purposeful silence
Fast from problems that overwhelm
Feast on prayer that sustains

--attributed to William Arthur Ward