Recent Quotes of the Day
Roger Housden in Seven Sins for a Life Worth Living Beliefs give us working models
Joseph Goldstein in One Dharma I do not feel worthwhile as a person
John A. Buehrens in A Chosen Faith Faith is grounded in contemporary experience
Judith Orloff in Positive Energy I looked up pampering on the Internet
Madeleine L'Engle in Suncatcher To be an artist means to approach the light
Drew Leder in Sparks of the Divine The next cloudy day that comes along
Anne Lamott in Traveling Mercies Show up for someone in crisis
Thomas De Quincey in The Temple in the House Pleasant house makes winter more poetic
Joseph Bruchac in Our Stories Remember I always remember to thank the water
Henri J. M. Nouwen in Awakening to the Sacred Home has always been there
Paul Woodruff in Reverence How can I become more reverent?
Edward Hays in Chasing Joy taking us out of ourselves and into God
Jean Dalby, Wallace Clift in The Archetype of Pilgrimage Going into a great undiscovered country of my own imagination
Mother Teresa in The Joy in Loving We don't have to think in numbers.
Joyce Rupp in Prayer Experience God's non-judgmental acceptance
Marc Ian Barasch in Field Notes on the Compassionate Life Maternal attachment
David Spangler in A Pilgrim in Aquarius New Age is a vision of the present.
Mother Teresa in In the Heart of the World Directly in the presence of God
Eknath Easwaran in Original Goodness Trust is a two-way street.
Rochelle Melander in A Generous Presence Being who God taught us to be is difficult work
Kirk Byron Jones in Morning B.R.E.W. Coming home to the wellspring of sacred silence will mean crossing over significant obstructions.
Marc Ian Barasch in Field Notes on the Compassionate Life A new soft spot
Ezra Bayda in Saying Yes to Life True nature includes everything
Kent Nerburn in Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace Friends who refuse to forgive their parents
Hazrat Inayat Khan in The Temple in the House Everything in life is speaking
Master Hsing Yun in Keys to Living Well Courtesy is the guideline for human relationships
Jelaluddin Rumi in The Essential Rumi Let body needs dwindle and soul decisions increase
Paul Woodruff in Reverence Feelings affect our lives more deeply than beliefs do.
Thomas Moore in The Temple in the House A striking building stands before us
Amos Bronson Alcott in Roadsigns The true teacher inspires self-distrust