There is something to be said for quiet days and clear minds. There are too many occasions when interferences invade. When the luxury of days that offer serenity and solemnity come, it is a time to take advantage. Quiet days are those times of luxury when the house is empty and the only sounds are occasional ones introduced from out side, a bird, a jet flying over at 33k feet, an infrequent car passing by. All the rest is relaxing silence and an invitation to read something that contributes even more to the quiet of the day.
These are times for allowing your spirit to be at ease, your body to be totally relaxed, your mind to be uncluttered. There is much to be said for such opportunities. They do not come our way often enough. When they do, taking advantage of them is a clear signal that such is needed and such is required for putting you and all