Being tired isn’t a failure or a character flaw. It’s a normal response to exertion. And allowing yourself to rest doesn’t mean you’re not committed to your work.
When you surrender to rest you allow the brain and body to clean up all the debris you’ve accumulated throughout the day.
Sabbath is the time for reconnecting with the essence of who you are.
Rest is not a reward for your hard work. It is a right of being, and a fundamental ingredient of life.
Before the summer ends, make sure you do the things that matter most.
Why do we resist rest even when we know it’s important? Perhaps it’s because of what we think rest should look like.
It’s important stop and check in even if you think everything is going well.