Sunday’s are special. Time to slow down. Time for you to eat more deliciously, to drink more slowly, and time to read.
Sunday is a perfect time for reflection, for remembering beautiful things from your past, to dream about what you want to do in the future.
Of course, Sunday is a metaphor. Your slowdown day may actually be a different day of the week, but I’m hoping you have at least one of those slow-down days each week to de-compress and soak-in the rich beauty of life.
Sunday’s are Special Days
The UnDiet Project is organized to send you different types of messages based on which day of the week it is. So, Sunday is reserved for more thought-filled messages. (Saturday is when we send you the next week’s Slimming Family Recipe, with its organized weekly shopping list.)
You will come to look forward to your SunDaily™ UnDiet message. Plus, it just makes the rest of the week’s UnDiet Project content a continuing dialogue with your heart and soul. At least that is how I experience it, and I hope you will too.
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With Slimming Family Recipes and New Views’ unique and personal articles about lasting weight loss, Sunday’s have one of two weekly Devotionals. Here is one of them…
Quiet Sunday Mornings
There is quiet on Sunday mornings. A hush, long shadows, distant traffic noise, morning birds chirping. An occasional dog bark from down the street fills-in the soft rustle of leaves.
If you get up early enough, if you aren’t in a hurry to get someplace, if you can just sit for moment, you can hear yourself think. And while you are thinking, you can feel faint emotions rubbing up against those lazy thoughts.
Who you are, deep in your mind, in those Sunday moments (or whatever is your “slow-down day” of the week), will tell you much about where you are going if nothing changes…and where you want to be going in your life in your years remaining.
Sometimes, if you have done the Sunday morning quiet routine several times, your mind will wander, wondering why you are here on this Earth — why you were created.
The Divine. Life purpose. What you feel compelled to do before you pass. Where the loving comes in. What resolutions are needed…desired? Who you need to forgive…learning to forgive yourself.
All of these things get crushed out of thinking, pushed away by work, family, obligations, in the rush of daily living. So, only in your Sunday mornings when you take the luxury of living slow, can you consider what it all means. Late at night, before sleep, tiredness fills-in the spaces of your mind, distorting thoughts in too many ways to make allowances for it.
Sunday mornings. Quiet mornings alone in the still. That is where you can meet yourself, and decide again why you’re here. Then resolve to step closer to it.
Take time for the wonder of Sunday mornings.
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