Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Thich Nhat Hanh in The Heart of the Buddha's Teaching The First Training is about reverence for life
Shaun McNiff in Earth Angels It is often the apparently inconsequential action
Leonardo Boff in The Prayer of St. Francis This attitude of reverence and affection
Abraham Joshua Heschel in God in Search of Man There is the grain of the prophet
Dag Hammarskjold in Senses Wide Open When we come to a point of rest
Joyce Rupp in Dear Heart, Come Home I like food that is flavorful
Jelaluddin Rumi in The Rumi Collection That which God said to the rose
Joseph Telushkin in Jewish Wisdom It is not in our power to explain
Shoni Labowitz in Miraculous Living It is the creative person who steps aside
Matt Damon, Ben Affleck in Good Will Hunting Bad things draw our attention
Diana Eck in God at 2000 When we take off our shoes
Celeste Snowber Schroeder in In the Womb of God My friend has a kaleidoscope she sometimes uses in her counseling practice. She invites her client to look through the kaleidoscope to catch a new perspective. God's Spirit within us is like this kaleidoscope; we need to be attentive to it so we can be transformed with new eyes.
Mariana Caplan in The Way of Failure "Bad" situations in life
Joseph Telushkin in The Book of Jewish Values My wife and I periodically try to engage
Ahron Rokeach of Belz in Hasidic Wisdom One can learn a useful lesson from everything
The Music of Silence The economics of affluence demands
Sakya Pandita in Gems of Wisdom from the Seventh Dalai Lama When you have nothing meaningful to say
Rav Kook in Meetings with the Archangel It is our right to hate the actions
Ernesto Cardenal in Abide in Love We feel the Beloved's presence
Wayne Muller in Sabbath Bless strangers quietly, secretly