Recent Spiritual Practices of the Day

Godfrey Chips in Walking on the Wind I'm the spirit's janitor
Charles Birch in Life Abundant The rich must live more simply
Catherine Blyth in The Art of Conversation A chance to reflect on how your challenging talk worked out.
E.B. de Vito in Divine Things We always find ourselves in others
Celeste Headlee in We Need to Talk If you are unable to engage meaningfully
Eknath Easwaran in To Love Is to Know Me Our mental atmosphere can be polluted
Muhammad in Merton and Sufism The Prophet said, "Let him groan..."
Theodore Zeldin in Conversation We agree to cook the world together
Kabir Helminski in The Knowing Heart We need a spiritual recovery program
Kathleen Norris in The Quotidian Mysteries Whenever I am checking bags at an airport...
Lama Surya Das in Awakening the Buddhist Heart Ram Dass would always say, "Hold on tight"
Matthew Fox in One River, Many Wells It takes a warrior to do
Ronald Rolheiser in Holy Longing You feel your own life
Leonard Sweet in SoulTsunami The Amish call house-raisings a "frolic"
Donald Mcullough in Say Please, Say Thank You Did you know that in a lifetime
Daphne Rose Kingma in The Book of Love Compliments are the verbal nourishment
Hazrat Inayat Khan in Art of Personality The art of personality is to cut off the rough edges
Being Good If you keep your practice steady
Jack Kornfield in After the Ecstasy, the Laundry Even Socrates, who lived a very frugal
Martin Luther in Shadow Dance It is not the man in Rome that is the source
Peter Reinhart in Bread Upon the Waters The fastest way to know God is