Most days are filled to the brim with activities that take me away from my comfy chair and small collection of special objects that help me be mindful. I try to remain mindful, however, of the sacredness that is in all that surrounds me. While a part of me longs for that kind of sacred space, life pulls me in different directions now. Yet most days I bump into the sacred wherever I happen to find myself.
Today we remember William Tyndale, translator, martyr, who died in 1536. This message is an excerpt from “Sacred spaces” by Linda Post Bushkofsky in the July/August 2017 issue of Gather magazine.
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