Sabbath: Finding Your True Self

Often I feel that stopping for Sabbath is imprudent, even impossible. I flippantly give mental assent to Sunday being a “day off.” Growing up in a predominantly Christian area, stores were closed, life slowed down. However, it was merely the cultural norm. The slowing down was bereft of meaning or substance. Sabbath was for rule followers—in the Pharisaical way. You didn’t want to be seen mowing your lawn on Sunday—the neighbors would think you’d lost your faith!! The constant churn to accomplish, to measure up—pressurized on Sabbath as you met the requirements of being “holy.”


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