"In Jewish tradition the day starts at sundown. The more I meditated on that, the more rest it brought to my soul. The day starts with me going to sleep. God keeps working. I wake up and join him. Proper perspective. He does his part. I do my part.
Although I have not practiced as intentional and consistent Sabbath time as those months, this symbolism has stayed with me. As the sun sets, I am mindful of the day beginning. I sleep, trusting His power and love. I wake up and respond to what He is already doing.
As evening comes I say this is enough. I could do more, have more, be more. But no. This is enough. And so my day begins with that attitude."
--Melanie at bluemarblegod.com
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