Sarah Bessey, author of Jesus Feminist, writes at www.sarahbessey.com, where she has become an
accidental grassroots voice for postmodern and emerging women in the Church on issues from
mothering to politics and theology to ecclesiology.
Reflect on your day, on the first breath of morning. The sloggy rollover in the bed,
the possible all-in-one move that includes a stretch then sit up to stand. The
zombified walk to the bathroom sink, or the coffee pot, or the shower—I don’t even
know if I have a thought during such times. It’s more like a deep groan or whine
was I keep on shuffling. These, along with many of daily movements, can become
habitual, subconsciously driven. It’s relatively okay when making coffee, it’s a whole
other thing when it comes to relationships.
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