“…… to believe that hiddenness is part of presence.  
I know that some say Sabbath is just about God, that it’s not about resting up to be more productive, that it should not mean “nowhere goes somewhere” because we shouldn’t be so focused on the “somewheres.”
But I believe that’s exactly 
what Sabbath may be designed to do.
Not in a simple cause and effect relationship, with productivity being the final goal, but more in the sense of (seeing a) rhythm that sees nowhere-somewhere, 
presence-hiddenness, as inextricably linked, 
with God on both sides of the dance.”  (italics mine) 
LL Barkat

Linking with Deidra and the Sunday Community
and of course with Shelly
This post is fourth in a sporadic series on a book I’m reading that is changing my life: God in the Yard, by LL Barkat. This is not a book review, per se, more of a book invitation.
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