The Litany of a Nerdy, Socially Awkward Millenial

Inspired by my friends from The New Catholic Generation, who collaborated on this awesome video:

 

From the desire of acting out on my feelings, deliver me O Lord

From the desire of using the internet as a safety blanket, deliver me O Lord

From the desire of rambling about shows not on TV anymore, deliver me O Lord

From the desire to dominate conversations, deliver me O Lord

From the desire to talk badly of others behind their backs, deliver me O Lord

From the desire to have the last word in a debate, deliver me O Lord

From the desire of having relationships with impossible men, deliver me O Lord

From the desire to overshare, vent, whine, and complain, deliver me O Lord

From the fear of never knowing my vocation, deliver me O Lord

From the fear that I may never publish a novel, deliver me O Lord

From the fear of socially awkward conversations, deliver me O Lord

From the fear of people who seem to have it all together, deliver me O Lord

From the fear of my past coming back to haunt me, deliver me O Lord

From the fear of falling in love with TV shows that are likely to get cancelled, deliver me O Lord

From the fear of my ships sinking due to sadistic writers, deliver me O Lord

From the fear of being left out and alone, deliver me O Lord

That I grow in my devotion to the Holy Family, grant me the grace to desire it, O Lord

That I share the Marian Consecration with everyone I know, grant me the grace to desire it O Lord

That I care less and less of what others think, grant me the grace to desire it, O Lord

That I use every opportunity to evangelize, grant me the grace to desire it O Lord

That I always write what I love and love what I write, grant me the grace to desire it O Lord

That I always grow in serenity, courage, and wisdom, grant me the grace to desire it, O Lord

That I may always be the best version of myself, grant me the grace to desire it, O Lord
JMJ

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