Sabbath Manifesto? (thx, Erin Loechner for sharing.) It starts at sundown today, and I really love the idea. I used to not quite grasp the value of a Sabbath, but now I'm such a fan of making it a practice. It is SO rejuvenating and such a blessing to me and our little family. I really think it could be a blessing to any couple or family.
To keep our Sabbath Day, Danny and I try to slow down our busy pace. We go to church for some spiritual enlightenment and to be a part of our amazing community here in Brooklyn. We spend the afternoons resting, reading, or trying to do something meaningful. And we love to spend the evenings with good friends over a homemade, sit down Sunday meal. Though until I figured out how great a Sabbath Day could be, I used to spend Sunday School at Caputo's Bakery next door to our church. haha. (That's where I learned that those chocolate covered Italian butter cookies were not as gross as I thought. :) Also, here's 10 ideas for what to do on the Sabbath.
Do you keep a Sabbath Day or something similar? I'd love to hear how you feel about the idea and also what you do on that day.
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