Famous motivational speaker Tony Robbins said that “the only limit to your impact is your imagination and commitment.”
When one has a desire to see change in the world around them, they must commit to something. What that something is depends upon the circumstances surrounding the given situation. For some, fasting is the commitment of choice.
For example, Mahatma Ghandi famously fasted for 21 days on three separate occasions—once in 1924, again in 1933, and finally in 1943. Numerous other fasts lasted for seven days, four days, six days, etc. The point is, the man was committed to his political causes, and he chose to put on display this commitment through fasting—some of which was quite extreme.
With the confirmation of Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch on hold until the human trafficking bill is passed, the good Reverend Al “Dollar Signs” Sharpton has organized a fast through his National Action Network (NAN) organization. Breitbart reports that Sharpton made the following proclamation on Wednesday:
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