Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Julian of Norwich in Silent Hope Not only great and noble things
Thich Nhat Hanh in Plum Village Chanting and Recitation Book Don't put anything else into your mouth
Naomi Levy in To Begin Again There is a Jewish tradition
Robert Frager in Love Is the Wine Names of holy beings are followed by an honorific name
Macrina Wiederkehr in Gold in Your Memories That field of buttercups was the lap of God
Rainer Maria Rilke in Work of the eyes is done
Thomas Merton in Listening to the Music of the Spirit God is the lead dancer and the soul is the partner
Robert Frager in The Wisdom of Islam If you put the world between you and God
Walter Wink in The Powers That Be If God can forgive, redeem, and transform
Sara Shendelman, Avram Davis in Traditions A tradition that derives from the kabbalah
Pema Chodron in Buddhist Acts of Compassion Loving-kindness for oneself is the golden key
James Finley in The Contemplative Heart I have heard it said that whining
Regina Sara Ryan in The Woman Awake A woman awake -- a woman with
Anthony de Mello in One Minute Wisdom Before I was twenty I never worried
Thich Nhat Hanh in Going Home In former lives you were a tree
Lama Surya Das in Awakening the Buddhist Heart If you raise even one hand in a gesture of reverence
Barbara Kingsolver in High Tide in Tuscon A great many people will live out
Reuben Welch in The Body Broken What people really need
Brian L. in Meeting Wisdom Character defects you see in others often mirror your own.
Philip Toshio Sudo in Zen 24/7 We adopt the attitude of nodding towards everything
Macrina Wiederkehr in A Grateful Heart O God, help me to believe the truth
Melody Beattie in Seasons of Grace Gratitude enhances past, present, and future.
Karen Casey in All We Have Is All We Need Acting as if we are kind strengthens our ability to be kind.