Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day
Sara Shendelman, Avram Davis in Traditions A tradition that derives from the kabbalah
Sharon Salzberg in Faith To be driven by fear
Thich Nhat Hanh in Going Home In former lives you were a tree
James Finley in The Contemplative Heart I have heard it said that whining
Anthony de Mello in One Minute Wisdom Before I was twenty I never worried
Macrina Wiederkehr in A Grateful Heart O God, help me to believe the truth
Caroline A. Westerhoff in Good Fences We are also the enemy strangers.
Karen Casey in All We Have Is All We Need Acting as if we are kind strengthens our ability to be kind.
Joan Chittister, Walt Whitman in Light in the Darkness I celebrate myself
Dean Sluyter in Why the Chicken Crossed the Road and Other Hidden Enlightenment Teachings from the Buddha to Bebop to Mother Goose The eighth-century Chinese Zen master
Santideva in A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life There is no merit without zeal
Philip Toshio Sudo in Zen 24/7 We adopt the attitude of nodding towards everything
Melody Beattie in Seasons of Grace Gratitude enhances past, present, and future.
Thich Nhat Hanh in Creating True Peace Every family should have
Jane Wagner in The Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe See, the human mind is kind of like
Frederick Buechner in Credo A clenched fist can't
Madeleine L'Engle in Anytime Prayers Remember that sometimes monsters only need
Rainer Maria Rilke in Living Strings He does not always remain
Robert Benson in Between the Dreaming adn the Coming True When we were given the capacity to love
Thomas A. Kempis in The Imitation of Christ Blessed are the ears that
Wayne Muller in Sabbath Another practice invites us to bless strangers
Abraham Joshua Heschel in SQ: Connecting with Our Spiritual Intelligence We are closer to God when we are asking
Kent Nerburn in Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace We must remind ourselves
Corrine McLaughlin, Gordon Davidson in Spiritual Politics Today's headlines, viewed with the right consciousness
Ursula King in Pierre Teilhard de Chardin: Writings To maintain the taste for life
Abraham H. Maslow in Religions, Values, and Peak Experiences The great lesson from the true mystics...
Yogi Bhajan in Meditation as Medicine Be greedy that the end may be
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in Moments in Between Awe is the finest portion
The Music of Silence The economics of affluence demands
Abba Nilus in Desert Wisdom Do not want things