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Honor Sabbath while Traveling
mmm, how do I honor Sabbath when traveling?
“Like a path through the forest, Sabbath creates a marker for ourselves so, if we are lost, we can find our way back to our center.”
“All life has emptiness at it’s core it is the quiet hollow reed through which the wind of God blows and makes the music that is our life.”
“According to Isaiah, Sabbath is supposed to be a delight. The Sabbath is a gift of time. We live in time; our lives are made of days and how we use the time that we’ve been given.
The Sabbath is an instruction about how to feel the rhythm of time. Our heart and lungs are a rhythm. The tides of the earth and the seasons have a rhythm. Everything alive has a rhythm, and if we fall into Sabbath rhythm, we fall into rhythm with the heartbeat of the world. When we work twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, we live like people who are at war, we live in war-time.
What’s the war about, whom are we fighting and how will we know if we’ve won?
The Sabbath intentionality is to open up a space for listening to that which is most precious, nourishing and deeply true, and letting ourselves be worked on and delighted and fed.”
I would love to hear from you with ideas about how to honor the Sabbath while traveling.