• Character
    Create the masterpiece of you by engaging in the life-long process of refining your character in the here and now. These spiritual practices, blogs, books, films, quotes, and more will help develop strong mental and moral qualities, as well as fill out the picture of how character forms and the part it plays in building a strong society.
  • Climate Change
    Join us in tackling this environmental, economic, and social problem as a central element of spiritual activism. These quotes, e-course, spiritual practices, films, books, organizations, teachers, and memes about global warming and climate change call us to change our ideas and actions about the environment and our everyday habits.
  • Generosity
    Enjoy the intrinsic rewards of giving, like the high we get from helping others, venturing into the unknown, or building caring connections. These spiritual practices, articles, books, excerpts, quotes and more about giving from the heart will strengthen your practice of generosity, whether the kindnesses you share are monetary support, wisdom, nonjudgmental listening, or warm greetings with a smile.
  • Teaching
    Read about teaching as a vocation or watch movies about idealistic teachers. These quotes from Parker Palmer’s The Courage to Teach and links to 18 movies about teachers encourage contemplation of how teachers live out the spiritual practices of Connections, Enthusiasm, Hospitality, Imagination, Listening, Meaning, Nurturing, Openness, Questing, Transformation, Unity, Wonder, and You.
  • Travel
    Find meaning and presence on trips and pilgrimages. These articles, books, e-course, and spiritual practices offer many forms of making travel a spiritual practice. These resources will help you get the most delight out of your travels and be a more thoughtful guest.
  • Walking
    Lift your spirit through exploring walking as a spiritual practice. It yields many dividends, such as replenishment of the soul and connection with the natural world, as well as facilitating problem-solving, self-esteem, health and healing, and heightened attention. Our resources on walking – books, excerpts, children’s books, films, prayers, quotes, and practices – can help you enjoy these benefits and others, such as encouraging dialogue and conviviality, leading to richer conversations, activating the imagination, opening the creative process, filling a devotional role, and providing peace and contentment in stressful times.