Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day
Mary Rose O'Reilley in The Barn at the End of the World Zen teachers often use the image of "taking tea"
Jose Hobday in Stories of Awe and Abundance Just stand wherever you are
Diarmuid O'Murchu in Poverty, Celibacy, and Obedience One of Jesus' favorite visual aids
Ayya Khema in Be an Island There is a story about Achaan Cha
Malidoma Patrice Some in The Healing Wisdom of Africa Individuality, not individualism, is the cornerstone
Margaret Hebblethwaite in The Doubleday Christian Quotation Collection If God is love, then let our love speak...
Tracy Cochran, Jeff Zaleski in Transformations Transformation -- the sudden understanding
Kadampa saying in Meditations to Transform the Mind Whenever you see a fault in others
Merle Shain in Hearts That We Broke Long Ago The roots of love sink down and deep
Joan Chittister in Light in the Darkness Never fear periods of darkness in life
Thich Nhat Hanh in Living Buddha, Living Christ We must also be careful to avoid ingesting toxins
Doris Grumbach in Fifty Days of Solitude Quakers. During their worship service
Peter Reinhart in Bread Upon the Waters The pastor at my church often concludes
C.S. Lewis in God Hunger This hunger is better than
Jae Woong Kim in Polishing the Diamond, Enlightening the Mind In our monastery, we sleep with the lights on
Joan Chittister in Wisdom Distilled from the Daily Hospitality means we take people
Beth Ferris in Finding What You Didn't Lose Then there is the listening
Edward Hays in The Ladder A good daily exercise for soul loss
Eduardo Galeano in Upside Down The market for private police
Ann Lee in God Among the Shakers Live together, every day, as though
Andrew Harvey in Dialogues with a Modern Mystic Each human being goes
Brenda Dunne in Cybergrace I think that anthropomorphizing our machines
Baal Shem Tov in The Kabbalah Deck Whenever feeling downcast, each person should
Matthew Fox in Sins of the Spirit, Blessings of the Flesh Milk-toast-ness is a sin
Nelson Henderson in Songs of Joy The true meaning of life is
German proverb in In America, an hour is
Saint Augustine in Grateful Living Dig deep enough into any human being
Thomas Keating in Divine Therapy & Addiction It's worthwhile to question our motives, even for noble acts.
Christina Baldwin in The Seven Whispers A message about decoding the Divine in everyday interactions.
Carlo Carretto in The Whole Heaven Catalog If you asked me how God has revealed himself