Friday, February 24, 2017

Sabbath Music - Celtic Hymns

Do you ever sit still?  For five hour...two hours?  Being still is a discipline, especially in our busy world.  Hashem invites us to enter His Sabbath rest in order to have our souls and bodies refreshed.  Here's some music for you to help you rest tomorrow:  Celtic Hymns

For most of my life, I remember going to church on Sundays.  It was one of the busiest days of the week.  We had Sunday School and church, then Sunday dinner, and then back to church for the Sunday night training union and church service.  I loved it, but it was not restful, especially during the years of  having to get two girls ready to go and load them in the car.  Occasionally I took a short nap, but for the most part, there was not much rest involved in Sunday "worship".

It's different now.  The Sabbath is a day of rest for us.  Easy.  No stress.  No running here and there, and I look forward to it.  Since the Sabbath begins at sundown on Friday evening, we have our synagogue service then. That leaves us with the whole day to rest, refresh and renew on Saturday. 

Have a good Shabbos, Gail-Friends


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This Sabbath, we're going to start a new tradition.  We're going to take walks in the late afternoon and then go out to dinner.  We'll choose a different walk and dinner destination every week.  I'll let you know how it goes.

Have a good Shabbos, Gail-Friends.


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