While many of us take a break from our normal rhythms and responsibilities this week to spend time with loved ones, we at Mosaic are doing the same.
Thus, in lieu of fresh material today, allow me to share a few “golden oldies” from our archives. As Mosaic’s managing editor, I have the privilege of reading every article on this blog and its predecessor, and I have gathered up some of my favorites that reflect on Thanksgiving, gratitude, table fellowship, and food!
Wherever you find yourself this Thanksgiving season, may you experience joy and love.
“When we neglect to give God thanks, our hearts become darkened, and we perceive everything in shades of grey. Our minds spin in futility, unable to grasp the reality of colors beyond our grasp.”
“When we sit at the table with another, we participate in the long-practiced tradition of gathering, remembering, and sharing.”
“Tables have this way of being universally exclusive, and it seems this principle is as old as the advent of the table itself.”