Catholic Wisdom

Each morning as you leave home for your place of employment, make sure that your real occupation is your preoccupation with experiencing God. Be engrossed in God no matter what work you are doing or whom your co-workers are.
— Edward Hays in The Ladder


When I walk, the mind will wander. With each sound the mind returns. With each breath the heart is open. With each step I touch this earth.
— Ezra Bayda in Zen Heart

Teacher Wisdom

A striking building stands before us as an individual every bit as soulful as we are.
— Thomas Moore in The Temple in the House

Movie Lines

Just because someone stumbles and loses their way does not mean they are lost forever.
— The Professor in X Men: Days of Future Past

Buddhist Wisdom

Don't get lost in the future. You'll get there anyway, without even trying. Reflect on this.
— Donald Altman in Reflect

Spiritual Wisdom

We are invited to approach our lives with the curiosity of a child, the heart of a mystic, and the voice of a prophet.
— James Conlon in Beauty, Wonder, and Belonging

Psychological Wisdom

Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.
— Carl Jung

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