Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Sandy Boucher in Opening the Lotus Rituals can lead to reverence
Desert Father in Desert Wisdom I never wanted work
Joyce Rupp in The Star in My Heart I heard a wise saying once that has helped me
Carol Bly in The Force of Spirit It is not natural for our minds to be
Mary Margaret Funk in Thoughts Matter When tears come, I breathe deeply
Scott Shaw in Zen O'Clock You will be free
G. K. Chesterton in Different Seasons You say grace before meals
Salman Rushdie in Seven Sins for a Life Worth Living A kiss can open the door to a person's heart
Ralph Waldo Emerson in The Wonders of Solitude I like the silent church before
Megan McKenna in And Morning Came Widows and orphans are to be revered
Thich Nhat Hanh in Call Me by My True Names Waking up this morning, I see the blue sky
Sharon Daloz Parks in Plain Living God is in the prepositions
Andrew Harvey in The Direct Path Imagine Jesus walking silently by your side
Hafiz in The Gift Why not be polite
Marion Woodman in Bone I am remembering, gathering together
Yitzhak Buxbaum, Baal Shem Tov in Jewish Spiritual Practices Before studying Torah, the Baal Shem Tov
Rachel Carson in Full Esteem Ahead If a child is to keep alive
Mark Collins in On the Road to Emmaus Maybe one day we'll grow weary of whining
Rumi in Love Is a Fire God turns you from one feeling
Elizabeth O'Connor in LIving the Truth Every single one of us has a good work to do
Unknown in 1000 World Prayers A Zuni prayer to be a source of light and love for others.
Rabindranath Tagore in 1000 World Prayers An invitation to more joy and meaning in life.