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The Quotidian Mysteries
The Quotidian Mysteries: Laundry, Liturgy, and "women's Work" | Kathleen Norris
The bestselling author of The Cloister Walk reflects on the sanctifying possibilities of everyday work and how God is present in worship and liturgy as well as in ordinary life. Definitely not "for women only."
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Joyfulmimi
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We must look for blessings to come from unlikely everyday places...and not in spectacular events.

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Pam.Kokomo
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Pickpick

❤️

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Samary
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This is how I attempt to read, two dogs overtaking my lap while I move my Kindle from hand to hand! 😊 #dogs #read #reading

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Neverlistless
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I am not at all religious - but I still find things like this so fascinating! I struggle with the monotony of housework and am lucky to have a husband who does a pretty good job of holding up his end of things. But this is letting me pause and think about reframing the day to day to something much more meaningful.

LauraBeth I've had this on my kindle forever 😀 3y
Neverlistless @LauraBeth It is super short, so not much of a commitment! I am about to move on to 🙌🏻 3y
LauraBeth Just picked that one up recently at the used bookstore - looking forward to getting to that one as well 3y
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Neverlistless

I am not at all religious - but I still find things like this so fascinating! I struggle with the monotony of housework and am lucky to have a husband who does a pretty good job of holding up his end of things. But this is letting me pause and think about reframing the day to day to something much more meaningful.