Posted by KidSpirit Online on January 5, 2022

By Milagros Miltos

What isolation made me discover is that I have been running instead of living.

I haven’t lived because I’ve been running to reach a goal, . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on December 22, 2021

By Simone Britto

As I rode in the backseat of my cousin’s tiny yellow car through the bustling town of Panjim, India, to my uncle’s house, I gazed out the window and marveled at the different colors.

It was Christmas season . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on December 8, 2021

By Grace Doyle and Biruni Hariadi

The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom (SoSS) is a Muslim-Jewish interfaith organization that we, Grace and Biruni, are honored to be teen members of. The Sisterhood has helped us and many other women grasp the importance of community and connection.

Grace: . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on October 6, 2021

By Elías Viveros

Every one of us lives in a culture that is different, but I am practically sure that, between all of them, there is a common factor. Most people have a full life based on a series of routines.

My culture, the Paraguayan culture, does too . . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on September 15, 2021

By Lyla Rae Cheary

Change is the biggest
Baddest
Wolf

Change is the thing . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on September 1, 2021

By Adina Gerwin

On one of the first crisp fall mornings of seventh grade, as I walked into prayer at my Jewish Day School, I noticed strange leather boxes hanging off my friend's arm.

I saw a teacher showing the boy how to put them on . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on August 18, 2021

By Zayna Mian

With just 16 years to account for on this earth, I wondered if I was being presumptuous in attempting to tackle the question of what it means to have really lived. So, I turned to the lives of those in my immediate circle, such as family members, to gain insight into the key determinants of a meaningful existence.

As Julius Caesar once remarked . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on August 4, 2021

By Sebastian Hersey

A large part of a person’s worldview is made up of their religion (or lack thereof), or the religion of their family or community. I am a Christian, and I have grown up in a Christian family and attended a Christian school my entire life.

A topic that the Bible talks a lot about is power and influence . . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on July 14, 2021

By Emily Fan

Silence, as a noun, means the complete absence of sound. Thinking back, I have rarely been put into silence.

As social animals, we are always surrounded by people . . .

Posted by KidSpirit Online on June 23, 2021

By Mia Ginsberg

Have you ever thought about what it means to live?

We know the criteria to be alive . . .

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About This Blog

Young people are brimming with vision and prophetic wisdom. This blog features 11- to 17-year-olds in deep and often surprising explorations of spiritual life. Their original writing and artwork was first published in KidSpirit, the sole spiritual magazine by and for global youth. Their words call us to approach eternal questions with wonder. More