Ways to practice Connections include honoring ancestors and the communion of saints, home shrines, kinship with animals, and dedication to all beings and future generations.
Actions and Prayers by Nandy Roth Smith is an important reminder of connecting what you say and what you do.
An Interbeing Drawing by Kristin Ritzau and Thich Nhat Hanh outlines an art project for children designed to illustrate the web of connections for an everyday item.
Connection to a Special Place by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat is a call to carry a reminder of a place special to your heart with you.
Eating Ritual by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi is all about seeing the corn in corn flakes.
Gatha for Endangered Species by Barbara Ann Kipfer invites us to recall our connections with plants and animals.
Honor Your Ancestors by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat is a spur to dedicate your activities to bring the influence of ancestors into your life.
Intercessory Prayers and Your Medicines by Mary C. Earle suggests saying prayers for all those who may be taking the same medicines as you.
Keeping Your Loss in Perspective by Tom Cowan presents advice on praying for those who lack necessities.
Knowing How Our Lives Intertwine by Frances Sheridan Goulart and Stephanie Kaza encourages us to behave in light of our interconnectedness.
Making Eye Contact by Raphael Cushnir reminds us of an important way to connect with those who cross your path.
Meditation on Cultivating the Experience of Connectedness by Ezra Bayda spurs us to expand awareness to the breath, the whole body, and the environment.
Prayer for Village Earth by Sharon Auberle is a petition to realize our connections and oneness.
The Sum of Us by Debra K. Farrington abounds with reflections on receiving support from the people in our lives and likewise supporting others.
Think of Your Heart as a Sunflower by Robert Frager presents a practice to spread divine light to all.
Your Life My Life by Mitsu Aida reminds us what connects all life.
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