Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Nikos Kazantskis in Zorba the Greek Everything in this world has a hidden
Lao Tzu in The Tao of Peace Great trouble comes from not knowing what is enough
Meister Eckhart in The Solace of Fierce Landscapes God is like a person who clears his throat
Jelaluddin Rumi in The Essential Rumi There's a worm addicted to eating grape leaves
Rumi in Open Secret: Versions of Rumi Today, like every other day
Abba Nilus in Desert Wisdom Do not want things
Paul Brunton in Meditations for People in Crisis Music can express the mystical experience
Robert Fulghum in Maybe (Maybe Not): Second Thoughts from a Secret Life Never, ever, regret or apologize for believing
Thich Nhat Hanh in Touching Peace: Practicing the Art of Mindful Living Your body belongs to your ancestors, your parents, and future generations
Lalla in Naked Song When you eat too much
Rolling Thunder in The Wizdom Within: On Daydreams, Realities, and Revelations Everyone in this life has something they are supposed to do
Don Jose Matsuwa in Profiles in Wisdom: Native Elders Speak About the Earth Never take a leaf or move a pebble without asking permission
Anthony de Mello in Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality There's only one reason why you're not experiencing bliss
John J. Delaney in Saints Are Now: Eight Portraits of Modern Sanctity It is not so much a question of where to look
Thomas Merton in Contemplation in a World of Action Imagination has the creative task of making symbols