Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Caroline A. Westerhoff in Good Fences We are also the enemy strangers
Thich Nhat Hanh in Creating True Peace Every family should have
Madeleine L'Engle in Anytime Prayers Remember that sometimes monsters only need
Corrine McLaughlin, Gordon Davidson in Spiritual Politics Today's headlines, viewed with the right consciousness
Yogi Bhajan in Meditation as Medicine Be greedy that the end may be
Lewis B. Smedes in Choices I am personally thankful that we live together
Wayne Muller in Sabbath Another practice invites us to bless strangers
Rainer Maria Rilke in Living Strings He does not always remain
John O'Donohue in Eternal Echoes This search for meaning is
Nikos Kazantskis in Zorba the Greek Everything in this world has a hidden
Abraham H. Maslow in Religions, Values, and Peak Experiences The great lesson from the true mystics...
Walt Whitman in Divine Things The narrowest hinge in my hand
Thich Nhat Hanh in Love in Action Things can sometimes go more smoothly
Anthony de Mello in Awareness The world is right because
Yitzhak Buxbaum in Jewish Spiritual Practices A practice recommended by various hasidic
Robert Benson in Between the Dreaming adn the Coming True When we were given the capacity to love
Robert A. Johnson, Jerry Ruhl in Contentment The origin of the phrase to saunter
Gershon Schwartz, Michael Katz in Swimming in the Sea of Talmud Upon seeing someone of exceptional ugliness
Meister Eckhart in The Solace of Fierce Landscapes God is like a person who clears his throat
Abba Nilus in Desert Wisdom Do not want things
Robert Svoboda in Spiritual Divorce Every human being is a mirror
Nilton Bonder in Working on God A hasid complains to his rebbe
David Steindl-Rast in I will Not Die and Unlived Life The antidote to exhaustion may not be