Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Jewish Proverb in Sharing Wisdom Do not limit your children to your own learning
Sallie McFague in Life Abundant The link between "natural" disasters
Thich Nhat Hanh in Plum Village Chanting and Recitation Book I am the caterpillar or the ant that the bird
Mavis and Merle Fossom in The More We Find in Each Other Mending is a good metaphor for daily spiritual
Heraclitus in Fragments The sun is new again
Angeles Arrien in The Second Half of Life Reflections on the second half of life as a spiritual adventure for wise elders.
Sara Maitland in A Big Enough God Hope is the basis for taking responsibility
Jelaluddin Rumi in Unseen Rain, Quatrains of Rumi Keep walking, though there's no place
Patricia McCarthy in Behold Your Life To believe in the resurrection means
Sue Bender in Everyday Sacred On the day of their marriage
Henry Suso in When True Simplicity is Gained Lord, you are like a wildflower
Gunilla Norris in Sharing Silence A room devoted to silence honors
Charlotte Joko Beck in Nothing Special Life itself is hazardous
Jean Shinoda Bolen in Close to the Bone Insights from myth, dreams
Francis Bacon in The Artist's Way The job of the artist is always
Terry Bookman in The Busy Soul
Jane Vennard in Praying with Body and Soul A meditation on the heart, evoking wonder.
Glenn H. Mullin in Gems of Wisdom from the Seventh Dalai Lama Lama Tsongkhapa suggested that instead of
George Fox in Plain Living Dispatch business quickly
Sonam Rinchen in The Bodhisattva Vow By "not accepting invitations" we deprive
Paul Reps, Nyogen Senzaki in Zen Flesh, Zen Bones We all have the same colored bones
Paul Brunton in Zen Soup I have often been asked what I thought
Deng Ming-Dao in Everyday Tao By being receptive, we can
Al-Ghazzali in No Enemies Within The body should be studied
Scott Russell Sanders in Staying Put Mystery is not much in favor