Rest is an important part of our human routine. Without it we can become cranky, sensitive and distrustful.
But rest in our modern lives has become un-rest. We fiddle with our devices, compete for attention at social gatherings, shuffle through our mental inventory, anticipate anxious days or complete chores we’ve left because we are too busy.
When do you rest? When do you slow down and stop, disconnect, become still, let go and breathe in the joy of the world?