|S. Jane Weber preparing vegetables|
“Women’s normal occupations in general run counter to creative life or contemplative life or saintly life.” (Anne Morrow Lindbergh)
“Women’s work is always toward wholeness.” (May Sarton)
“When we women do our work, we move toward wholeness. The world is in need of wholeness. The world is in need of women’s way of working.
Too long we have doubted ourselves and tried to fit comfortably into a male modality. To have wholeness, we need to make our contribution, too. To have wholeness we need to know our values and value our knowing.
We have reneged on our responsibility to our society and our planet. It is time that we courageously put our thoughts, ideas, and values out there and let them stand for themselves.
When I do my work, my work is wholeness.”
Happy preparations and celebration of THANKSGIVING and all the loving work you will put into it! I’m grateful for each of you!
Renée Domeier, OSB