Now, here’s a project that I can relate to:
Unplugging on the Sabbath - NYTimes.com
THE Fourth Commandment doesn’t specifically mention TweetDeck or Facebook. Observing the Sabbath 3,000 years ago was more about rest and going easy on one’s family — servants and oxen included.
The Sabbath Manifesto is a creative project designed to slow down lives in an increasingly hectic world.
We’ve created 10 core principles completely open for your unique interpretation. We welcome you to join us as we carve a weekly timeout into our lives.