Another light tries to get my attention in its place.
The blink of my laptop says, “Come here. Check that message. Post that status. Send that tweet.”
I move toward the keys, then stop. I push away my endless electronic to-do list and embrace this day instead.
I even smile.
It’s Cyber Sabbath.
I don’t even remember how I started doing this–taking a break from all things electronic once a week, unplugging, renewing, letting go.
I’m certain it was in the middle of the frantic year when it seemed that I raced nonstop until, hanging a weary head in my hands, I begged God to help me live differently.
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