Sunday Best – August 9, 2020


In theory, long summer days plus constraints on activity creates a pocket of calm and reflection and deeper rooting in the world.

In reality, it’s a trying time.

Small annoyances like a missed email or the farmstand being out of corn loom larger than normal, in part because there is less to look forward to, and in part because no matter how much rest we are getting, we are tired.

Friends, we might need to be productive and effective and resilient in all sorts of settings.

Right now, with others and ourselves, let’s also try to be gentle.



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