Sunday, February 23, 2014
"Food is a language of care, the thing we do when traditional language fails us, when we don't know what to say, when there are no words to say ... But it isn't about perfection, and it isn't about performance. You'll miss the richest moments in life - the sacred moments when we feel God's grace and presence through the actual faces and hands of the people we love - if you are too scared or too ashamed to open the door."
"The heart of hospitality is about creating space for someone to feel seen and heard and loved. Its about declaring your table a safe zone, a place of warmth and nourishment. Part of that, then, is honoring the way God made our bodies, and feeding them in the way they need to be fed."
-- Bread and Wine, Shauna Niequist
Photo: my next book in my current food memoir reading bent. Free printable from here.
Sunday Quotes: a quote from something I read that I marked in a book, worthy of remembering and sharing.