Friday, February 20, 2009

Status: Dad Wonders If He Can Last All of Lent Without Facebook - WSJ.com

Strange days indeed…

Lenten sacrifices are meant to honor and in a small way reenact the 40 days Jesus is said to have wandered the wilderness, fasting and resisting temptation. Abstaining from Facebook for the 40 days of Lent was the rage among college students last year. This Lenten season -- which starts next week on Ash Wednesday -- the cause has been taken up by a surprising number of adults. The digital sacrifice won't be easy, they say, but it may help them reclaim their analog lives.

Status: Dad Wonders If He Can Last All of Lent Without Facebook - WSJ.com

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