(Interestingly, it was in such a time of solitude and rest that he encountered the Samaritan woman at the well, one of his most powerful ministry moments. Had he been "at work" or with his disciples, and not alone, that conversation would never have taken place.)
And get some rest."
|Photo credit: Graham Ohmer|
One: rest - getting away, stepping back and withdrawing from the thousand things that call for our attention - is our primary weapon against the enemy of tiredness.
(This post is a bit of an experiment: a re-post of only the last and most important 1/3 of a post I wrote last week about work, tiredness, and rest. I wonder: would re-posting that third with a new title, in a much shorter piece give the point I'm trying to make new legs? Well, did it?)