Tag Archives: Sabbath

“Remember the Sabbath day, and keep it holy”

We are back after our summer Sabbath. Thank you to Connie Knapp for launching our blog into this new year. Image courtesy of artur84 at FreeDigitalPhotos.net A funny word, Sabbath. Where does this word come from? In old English, the … Continue reading

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Summer Sabbath

We need time to rest. And, to recharge. And, to reconsider. Time to be quiet long enough To hear more clearly who we are called to be and what we are called to do. You. Me. And, those of us … Continue reading

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Time to Be Still

I live in New York City; not a great place to be if one’s in search of solemnity. That’s a problem, at least for me, because I find it hard to pray when I’m in constant flux or motion. For … Continue reading

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Summer Sabbath

My vacation begins in another two weeks. I am very ready. After a very busy spring and early summer I need some time away. Time away from my usual routine. Time to pay less attention to my To Do list. … Continue reading

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Everything Is Not A Marathon

Last week I attended a seminar on energy and stress.  The presenter described the human body as an oscillating system and she drew a roller coaster design with highs and lows. The body is created to have periods of stress, … Continue reading

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