here is his list, not mine ... I still need to write my own, but his is quite a good starting point, don't you think?
I will have supper, last or not, with anyone who invites me, subject to personal whim.
I refuse to tell the host who to invite and who not to invite.
I will invite others to supper with me under the same conditions.
I am glad to have any seat at all in the gathering.
I will invoke God's blessing on people with abandon believing that God's blessings are indeed most wonderfully spread about. I will invoke God's blessing sometimes on really important things, like daily bread. I will not ever claim to bless personally, believing that people wanted God and Jesus, not me.
I give thanks to God for all sorts of people, places, things seen and unseen and this will be quite personal and perhaps self revealing.
I will be present wherever and whenever I am fed and will be present for and with others, hopefully being a blessing to them.
I am open to the presence of the Holy Spirit in community and communion.
I will work at doing justice and loving mercy, and live with my mistakes and get over it.
I will live for others, now, knowing perfectly well that I will not be good at it, which is of course why I will sometimes not be invited to supper, holy or not.