Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Betty Smith in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Look at everything as though
Walter Wink in The Powers That Be The myth of redemptive violence is the simplest
Guillermo in Simply Living There is always enough
Christopher Titmuss in Light on Enlightenment In a Buddhist monastery, monks treat
Roger Payne in Talking on the Water Whales and redwoods both make us feel small
Mahatma Gandhi in The Best Spiritual Writing 2000 An American journalist once asked Gandhi
John Tarrant in The Light Inside the Dark Many times on our journey we are tempted
Leonardo Boff in Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor Enthusiasm displays the exuberance of life
Rosabelle Belleve in It's a Meaningful Life Let there be such oneness between us
Andrew Harvey in The Direct Path If you see on the evening news
Jamini Roy in The Other Side of the Mountain Everyone who comes to my house brings God
Julia Cameron in God Is No Laughing Matter Apologies are the art of spiritual housekeeping
Brenda Peterson in Build Me an Ark I thought that animals were always
Samuel H. Miller in The Dilemma of Modern Belief In the muddled mess of this world
Rumer Godden in A House with Four Rooms There is an Indian proverb
Albert Villoldo in Shaman, Healer, Sage In time, I discovered another kind of black magic
Joseph Telushkin in The Book of Jewish Values Jewish teachings regard wasting time
Robert Barron in Heaven in Stone and Glass It is a commonplace of the spiritual masters
Geri Larkin in Tap Dancing in Zen What can any of us do in those moments
Reb Noson of Breslov in Healing Leaves Know therefore and believe without a doubt
Victoria Moran in Lit From WIthin Inner eroders are expressions of ill will