A Lovely Sabbath Day!

a Walled Garden, perhaps, in England?

Good Morning, God!

I am UP for just a few moments — to Thank You for a New Day — a Sabbath Day.

And the image I wanted for today is that of a Walled Garden. It turns out that it was more apt than I suspected. And why should that surprise me!

I was just thinking enclosed and protected from WORK and busy.

But, in looking for this image on the web I found that in England walled gardens were to protect the fruit from Cold Winds.  In fact, they sometimes had one hollow wall that could contain a fire for extra warmth.

Ah, The Cold Winds of Work — the Disrupting Winds of Busy! Yes, God, I need to learn to choose rest. And so . . . with a BIG THANK YOU, GOD . . . I am going back to bed.

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Posted in pruned for fruitfulness, refraining from work, relaxation, sabbath rest, sacred space

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