8th Sunday after Trinity

10 Aug

I find there is a lot of truth in this blog. I reckon it is worth thinking about the issues that Berlioz raises.

Berlioz1935's Blog

Today is Sunday. It is supposed to be a day of rest and recuperation. They used to say, it is the Lord’s Day. A day that belonged to something other than ourself. And, in a roundabout way it is for our renewal.

We have to get away from the daily grind and our struggle for existence. That was the idea of the Sabbath of the old Jewish calendar. Even God needed a day of rest after the Creation; and he saw, all was good. Was it really?

When I was a child and looked out a window I noticed straight away when it was Sunday.  The streets were quieter and  emptier. People were dressed differently than they were on weekdays. Today I can’t see the street. I look at the bush as it always looks. It is green and the birds are flying from tree to tree as they always…

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2 Responses to “8th Sunday after Trinity”

  1. DevonTexas August 11, 2014 at 4:03 am #

    Yay! Great post! Love it! Thanks

  2. auntyuta August 11, 2014 at 8:41 am #

    Hi Devon, I am glad that you think this post is great.
    I found the passage very significant where Berlioz says:
    ” . . . . when we lose our moral compass then nothing will help us. Our immorality makes our enemies stronger . . . . ” I thought this post was worth reblogging.
    Peter, my husband, goes under the name of ‘Berlioz’. He is not religious. Still, he thinks morals are very important.
    I think, we humans, as far as morals are concerned, often think more in terms of how to best protect people close to us, don’t we? But how do our actions effect the rest of the world? Should we care more?

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