Honoring Sabbath: One

“Sabbath requires surrender. If we only stop when we are finished with all our work, we will never stop, because our work is never completely done. With every accomplishment there arises a new responsibility….Sabbath dissolves the artificial urgency of our days, because it liberates us from the need to be finished.”

― Wayne Muller

8 a.m. Sleeping late and enjoying breakfast.

9 a.m. Reading books.

11 a.m. Taking a nap with Emily.

1 p.m. Feeding the birds.

3 p.m. Playing on the floor with my nephew.

7 p.m. Attempting solitaire with Emily.

8 p.m. Practicing a little yoga.


6 thoughts on “Honoring Sabbath: One

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  1. Yes, the guy who invented work didn’t live long enough to do it all. One of my favorites. Antother one…. The more stuff you have, the more stuff you have to take care of.

  2. see? you try to do nothing and just look at all the wonderful things you accomplished on your “sabbath” – huzzah!

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