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From Becoming Minimalist: The Lost Practice of Resting One Day Each Week

From Becoming Minimalist: The Lost Practice of Resting One Day Each Week

Rabbi Elijah of Vilna once said, “What we create becomes meaningful to us only once we stop creating it and start to think about why we did so.” The implication is clear. We could live lives that produce countless widgets, but we won’t start truly living until we stop producing and start enjoying.

Capture the lost practice of taking rest and start living again.
— JOSHUA BECKER, becomingminimalist.com
From Christianity Today/Fleming Rutledge: Why Being ‘Spiritual’ Is Never Enough

From Christianity Today/Fleming Rutledge: Why Being ‘Spiritual’ Is Never Enough

From Priest Pulse: On Discernment and Vocation, feat. Greg Millikin and Sarah Stonesifer

From Priest Pulse: On Discernment and Vocation, feat. Greg Millikin and Sarah Stonesifer