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Lobby Day Success

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Cecilia Wangeci met with Rep. Brett Guthrie (R-KY-02) during Bread for the World's 2011 Lobby Day. (Photo by Jim Stipe)

The numbers are coming in: 295 people participated in our Lobby Day last week, visiting 57 offices in the Senate and 106 in the House. Bread activists talked about forming a circle of protection around federal programs that help poor and hungry people in the United States and around the world. There were 230 attempted meetings, 168 scheduled meetings, and a number of impromptu meetings. Thank you to everyone who participated. Don't forget: You can keep the momentum going by writing your member of Congress.

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More than 25 Maryland residents met with James Ulwick (in checkered shirt), a staffer for Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD). (Photo by Jim Stipe)

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Daniel Doyle of Pennsylvania speaks during a meeting with a staffer in the office of Sen. Robert Casey (D-PA). (Photo by Laura Elizabeth Pohl)

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Stephen Copley (left to right), Zach Schmidt, Christine Melendez, and Elizabeth Henry pray outside Sen. Mark Pryor's (D-AR) office before meeting him on Lobby Day. (Photo by Laura Elizabeth Pohl)


 

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Prayers to Divinity are important.

They acknowledge that you are aware of the presence of Divinity.

The evidence for example:

who is the architect of the "milky way?'

who is the designer of the "precious metals on the planet earth?"

who is the architect and planner of Humanity?

When we apply for a job offer. We desire to be hired
by the owner of the company.

Creation has to have an owner, too. Using pure
logic.

When you want something, or need something
you go out of your way to obtain, that which you need; be it a home, a car, a job, a business or travel.

To assist others our own attitude has to change in a good manner.
Allowing our own potential to grow and set an example for others to share.
Learning to share resources requires training.
We are not born with the natural capacity to share.
First we must be willing in our own heart to make an offer.
Then we have to put it into practice.
Learning to share takes, time, and patience.

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