On Tue, 12 Nov 2002 07:25:28 -0800, "Doug McGee"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> I did go to a restaurant on a Sunday back in June.  We were on vacation
> and figured we had to eat something.....

Hmm, so it is ok to break the sabbath on vacation? You probably should
have bought something the night before. Course, I am just picking at you,
it isn't up to me to judge.

I always hate it when I have to travel on Sunday. Sometimes, though, it
isn't really avoidable. 

I tend to use (not abuse) the "Ox in the mire" philosophy. For instance,
there was a time a few months back where I had to run to the store for
something we really needed on a Sunday. I felt really bad about it, and
resolved more strongly to anticipate such needs before hand. I did go,
but I repented of my lack of forethought. Most of the time if I find I
need something on a Sunday, I just have to do without. I don't recall
what it was that was so important, but I do recall the incedent as I felt
so badly about it.

Scott
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