Recent Spiritual Readings of the Day
David Cohen in The Circle of Life David Cohen on a reenactment of the danger of the holy innocents.
Kent Nerburn in Small Graces Kent Nerburn on gratitude for small graces.
Forrest Church in The Cathedral of the World Forrest Church on the challenge is to reboot our lives until wonder becomes more prevalent.
N. T. Wright in After You Believe N. T. Wright on why Christians are called to learn and practice the disciplines of a God-reflecting life.
John O'Donohue in Echoes of Memory John O'Donohue's poem of love for his mother Josie.
John Hill in At Home in the World John Hill on the soul's longing to belong.
Sri Chinmoy in God Is Sri Chinmoy on how God's grace enters our system.
Marcus J. Borg in Jesus and Buddha Compares Jesus and Buddha and their teachings.
Joan Chittister in The Gift of Years Joan Chittister on the challenges and blessings of old age in America today.
Jon M. Sweeney in The St. Francis Prayer Book Jon M. Sweene on a devotional benediction taken from St. Francis of Assisi's Rule.
Caroline Myss in Anatomy of the Spirit Caroline Myss on how our bodies are energy fields that transmit and communicate messages to others.
Joseph Bruchac in Our Stories Remember Joseph Bruchac on the importance of paying attention in the search for plants.
Alison Gopnik in The Gardener and the Carpenter The purpose and rewards of loving children.
Pankaj Mishra in Age of Anger An explanation of how dissatisfaction with elitism has spawned violence.
David Rose in Enchanted Objects An introduction to the wonderful world of enchanted objects and the changes they will bring to our lives
Jennifer Lawler in Dojo Wisdom Jennifer Lawler on how martial arts practice hatches a peaceful mind while under stress.
Sogyal Rinpoche in The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying Sogyal Rinpoche on the spiritual practice of compassion.
Carole Garibaldi Rogers in Fasting Carole Garibaldi Rogers on practicing a healthy spiritual discipline of devotional fasting.
Thich Nhat Hanh in Cultivating the Mind of Love Thich Nhat Hanh on the meaning of interbeing regarding the spiritual practice of connections.
James A. Connor in Silent Fire James A. Connor on exploring the depths of silence in a spiritual memoir.
Steven Greenebaum in Practical Interfaith An Interfaith community's mission and vision statements.
April Lane Benson in To Buy or Not to Buy April Lane Benson's ideas to cultivate true wealth (or joy) in order to mitigate consumerism.
Jane Dobisz in One Hundred Days of Solitude Jane Dobisz on the joy elicited by paying attention.
Karen Casey in Codependence and the Power of Detachment Karen Casey on maintaining our own perspective and integrity.
Janet Shea in Prayers of a Roadside Contemplative A poem about the search for inner peace.
David J. Wolpe in In Speech and In Silence David J. Wolpe on the sweetness of finding meaning.
Ronald Rolheiser in Against an Infinite Horizon Ronald Rolheiser's on blessings.
Christina Baldwin in Storycatcher Christian Baldwin on the art of discovering meaning in our lives through telling our stories.
Anne Rice in Christ the Lord An imaginative tale about a childhood identity struggle of Jesus Christ.
Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator in Theology Brewed in an African Pot Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator's prayer expressing African devotion.