The sun slips from behind the trees, marking the end of another week.
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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