A New Name

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  1. Chelliahlaity
    Jan 20 - 10:07 pm

    We do invest a lot of emotions in food and make it a substitute for fellowship. I think that it is part of the problem of living in a fast moving society.

  2. Paul
    Jan 21 - 10:29 am

    The proximity of food philosophy books to ‘spirituality’ books i very revealing. I find these do go together, in our culture, in our minds, in the Bible. Jesus did not eat like John the Baptist and He was always looking forward to a marriage feast of the Lamb and He preferred to deal with people at meal times. Yet, He is not obsessed with food. He could fast for 40 days when He needed to. Balance and freedom.

  3. Emma
    Jan 21 - 8:28 pm

    Hi Chelliah,
    Yes, food should go with fellowship not substitute for it!

    Hi Paul,
    Good reminder that it’s not just the bookshops that co-ordinate body and soul! But only Jesus seems to show that “freedom and balance” the world craves.

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