1. This was in the morning prayer of the Liturgy of the Hours today. We may not be able to get to our houses of worship, but we still have Scripture:
Return to me with your whole heart,
with fasting, and weeping, and mourning;
Rend your hearts, not your garments,
and return to the Lord, your God.
For gracious and merciful is he,
slow to anger, rich in kindness,
and relenting in punishment.
12. I just saw this patience worksheet for children. It might be good for any of us. (Go through the checkout process, but you won’t be charged/it won’t ask for payment.)
17. Michael Gerson
The most enterprising among us interrupt our anxiety with telework (when our jobs allow), with long, socially distanced walks and with Zoom chats among friends and relatives. But this still leaves a lot of time on our hands. And the question naturally arises: Can the quiet serve some constructive purpose? Not the kind of purpose found in reorganizing your spice rack, but in living a better life. Can the silence also bring some contentment, serenity and peace?
The national hero we need: The security guard of The Cowboy Museum who has been assigned to take over their Twitter account and he’s running around the museum tweeting adorably https://t.co/iwxepgaWXV
— Michelle Boorstein (@mboorstein) March 24, 2020
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