As you go through your day, be alert to your teachers. Ask a challenge, a flower, a friend, or a passage from a sacred text, "What can I learn from you?" At bedtime, review your lessons.
- Franz Metcalf in What Would Buddha Do? advises learning from your critics.
- Kenneth Hanson in Words of Light recommends the teachings that come during desert experiences of your life.
- Robert A. Johnson in Balancing Heaven and Earth suggests you ask someone to be an incarnation of God for you today.
- Joan Chittister in Light in the Darkness reflects on the value of feeling like a fool.
More Spiritual Practices about Teachers