Lent - what will you be doing?

What are you giving up for Lent? Thanks to Clare for this image in her blog
Christians have a great thing about 'doing'. It is all too often centred around activity and busyness - it feels like we are trying to busy ourselves into the kingdom. "What are you giving up for Lent" is often turned into "what are you doing for lent?" - as if we are not 'doing' enough already. So maybe this Lent - we should try a bit less of the 'doing' and have a go at 'being'. Being still, being quiet, being peaceful, being loving, being caring, being funny, being sad, being generous, being ok with how you look, being ok with who you are, being who God made you to be, being in tune with yorself/God/those you care for..... what would you add to the list? Or - take a look at this:

To keep a true Lent by Robert Herrick (1591-1674)

IS this a fast, to keep
The larder lean?
And clean
From fat of veals and sheep?
Is it to quit the dish
Of flesh, yet still
To fill The platter high with fish ?
Is it to fast an hour,
 Or ragg’d to go,

Or show A downcast look and sour ?
No ;  ‘tis a fast to dole  
Thy sheaf of wheat, 
A
nd meat,
Unto the hungry soul.
It is to fast from strife, 
 From old debate 
And hate ;
To circumcise thy life.
To show a heart grief-rent; 
To starve thy sin, 
Not bin;
And that’s to keep thy Lent.