This is my word for today. I am enjoying an unhurried Monday. I want to enjoy an unhurried life. Not uncaring or uninvolved or unmotivated. Not lazy or purposeless. But unhurried in the most beautiful and peaceful sense of the word.

Not multitasking. Not frantic or frenzied, not over-achieving, not discouraged at the lack or the unfinished. But careful, satisfied, joyful. Unhurried.

Blessings on your week. May it be as unhurried as possible.

The Lord bless thee and keep thee; The Lord make His face to shine upon thee, And be gracious unto thee, And be gracious unto thee: The Lord lift up His countanance upon thee, And give thee peace, and give thee peace.

(the Benediction from my grandmother’s copy of Great Songs of The Church, 1935)