First published when computers were in their infancy, and when there was a hope that people would be able to enjoy increasing leisure, this short essay is still pertinent to our thinking on the use of time both for work and play. Mother Mary Clare urges us to reflect on whether we regard work as toil and drudgery and leisure time as the real place of self-fulfilment and self-realisation. From there, she suggests ways of perceiving that, used as means to enter into the rest which God gives, they become complementary.
LENGTH: 9 pages
Fairacres Publication 166
We tend to regard work as toil, and leisure as true self-fulfilment. However, used as means to enter into the rest of God, they become complementary.
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Mother Mary Clare SLG
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Mother Mary Clare SLG (1906-88) entered the religious life in 1930, and was Reverend Mother of the Community of the Sisters of the Love of God from 1954-73. She was highly regarded by Anglicans and Roman Catholics alike as a spiritual teacher in the tradition of the Carmelite saints.
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