Today’s question: HOW DO YOU PICTURE A DAY SPENT “BEING” –AS OPPOSED TO “DOING”?
This is Day 8 of the 5-week Lenten journey with The Society of Saint John the Evangelist and their daily meditation on TIME.
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Question: HOW DO YOU PICTURE A DAY SPENT “BEING” –AS OPPOSED TO “DOING”?
Transcript of Video:
A few weeks ago there was a feature in the Boston Globe called Reflection for Today and it was in Spanish. It’s an old Spanish proverb, and I think it goes something like this: “Qué hermoso es no hacer nada y descansar después,” which I think means, “How beautiful it is to do nothing and afterwards rest.” I think it’s a wonderful way to think of the Christian life, because after all, as creatures made in the image and likeness of God, we are to be human beings not human doings.
-Br. Mark Brown
Blessings on our journey to re-order time in our lives,