So you don't consider yourself religious?
So do you consider yourself a robot? If not, we're guessing you're probably a human with some inherent need to rest and find fulfillment. The Sabbath can be that time for you to set aside everyday cares, work related business, the weekly annoyances. You can still bask in the joys of a Sabbath where you can lay aside some "you time," or periods to focus on family, friends, and the accomplishments of that week.
We don't have to list them here, because we're sure you could list for yourself the countless practical benefits of observing a Sabbath. (Check the video out below if your list is coming up short.) I remember once I heard a CEO say proudly, "I work 24/7. Seven days a week! Everyday!" I peered at him and thought to myself, "I don't envy you." True existence is not when work consumes every available second of your life, but when YOU consume every available second of your life.
You're probably a hard worker, and getting to the end of the week can often be quite a task. You owe it to yourself to pause every single week! The Sabbath is a breath of fresh air for the religious (or what some of us "religious" people prefer to call ourselves - spiritual) and non-religious alike. Pause for the Sabbath friend and give your life some YOU back.
The Sabbath Movement is not promoting the book or the author mentioned in this video, nor agrees with all the principles taught therein. The purpose of this link is to help those who consider themselves non-religious begin to think about non-religious benefits of the Sabbath. Please study for yourself the benefits and blessings of the Sabbath.