Friday, January 19, 2018


sabbath [1]
by sabba tical

welcome to the Sabbath
set the work aside
rest assured that it will not just run away and hide
spend a little moment in a place (or state) of peace
welcome to the sabbath: sit and breathe awhile (at least)

  • i'm always amazed, when researching anything about the bible[s] or religions… how little i know about biblical & religious history.
  • why (as rhode island roman catholics) were we not exposed to more information?  why do people simply reiterate stories that they’ve been told, without ever questioning obvious absurdities?
  • are people just lazy?  overworked?  under-educated?  happily ignorant?
  • sabbath (to me, now) means any break from work.  it doesn’t have to be a ‘day.’  in fact, if one truly loves his/her work, even work is a break from work.         
  • what a blessing – to be right here, right now, living in the middle of perpetual sabbathery.

[1] martino, j. (1.19-1.18). sabbath.   book 80: pronoia. © 2018 by

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