Salt Lake City, Utah – When journalist Judith Shulevitz talks about the Sabbath, she isn't necessarily referring to a religious idea. Shulevitz says that in many ways we are losing the boundaries of time, boundaries that were once protected by a "day of rest." Thursday, she joins for a look at what the Sabbath has meant traditionally and what role it can play today in reconnecting us to family and community. (Rebroadcast)
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