What is an example of the mundane being regarded as sacred in a Christian tradition?
I’m particularly interested in the daily rituals of monastic traditions. An example of what I am interested in would be similar to Dogen Zenji’s Instruction to the Kitchen Master (http://www.wwzc.org/translations/tenzokyokun.htm) a treatise to the head chef of a monastic community to use the cooking of food as a path to spiritual experience. However, this is a Buddhist reference and I am primarily seeking Christian references.
I think there may be some interesting writings, anecdotes, or daily rituals that Benedictine, Trappist, or other monks followed that fit this lifestyle.
Any links or book citations you have are especially helpful.
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