by LaReeca Rucker of the Clarion-Ledger
While many use spring as an annual opportunity to clean windows, vacuum floors and wipe down shelves, some say it’s also a good time to spring clean your soul.
“I try to make it a practice of giving myself a spiritual inventory occasionally,” said Judy Barnes, a member of St. Alexis’ Episcopal Church in Jackson. “Sometimes it’s like ripping off a Band-aid, but I think it’s important to come to forgive yourself and let resentments fall away, to move on.”
Barnes, who organizes the church’s annual Circulation Day in which people’s unused items are given away, said she tries to “live consciously,” offering a smile and friendly word to everyone.
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Wed, May 9, 2012
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