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Blind Chihuahua

More to religion
than pleasing
your imaginary friend

Gracious Lord,

Save me from what I want
Let me not be a slave to my own desires

Save me from what I know
Let me not worship my store of facts, ideas and opinions

Save me from what I do
Let me not be captive to the work of my mind or hands

Save me from fear and despair
They have ever been devices of the Enemy

Lead me to do with joy and thanksgiving that of your Will which is my part to do.


Actually, he should ask that the rest of us be saved from him.

Perhaps part of salvation is liberation — from what one blithely assumes to be one's virtues.