Recent Quotes of the Day

Malidoma Patrice Some in Ritual At least once a day we had something to say to our ancestors.
Matthew Fox in Wrestling with the Prophets Awe is the beginning of wisdom
Elizabeth J. Andrew in On the Threshold The unknown keeps us lively
Dennis Genpo Merzel in The Path of The Human Being Defensiveness is always a red flag
Jean Vanier in Drawn into The Mystery of Jesus A paraclete is someone who defends and comforts
Moses Maimonides in Minyan True kavvanah means freedom from minor thought
Macrina Wiederkehr in A Tree Full of Angels Changing ordinary moments into moments of beauty
Mahatma Gandhi in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection The most spiritual act is the most practical
Joseph Goldstein in A Heart Full of Peace As you turn your attention inward
Walter Wink in Jesus and Nonviolence To engage evil is therefore a spiritual act
Ron Miller in Wisdom of the Carpenter Learn from those who are nearest to me
Kathleen Finley in Savoring God Bless those who keep our water clean
Shaun McNiff in Earth Angels A shrine is where spirits visit, congregate and regenerate
Marie Curie in Silver Linings Nothing in life is to be feared
Joan Chittister in There Is A Season The unremitting envy of others
Wayne Muller in How, Then, Shall We Live? The eye with which we see God
Robert Sardello in Silence Moments of quiet remind us
Jonathan Kozol in Amazing Grace The immune agents of the heart break down.
Geri Larkin in The Chocolate Cake Sutra The more generosity, the greater joy
Confucius in The Golden Age of Zen Being one with the Infinite
Ezra Bayda in Saying Yes to Life When you understand that suffering is your teacher
Rainer Maria Rilke in Finding What You Didn't Lose Our sadnesses are moments of paralysis
Hugh Prather in The Little Book of Letting Go I will go through this day harmlessly
Kerry Walters in Jacob's Hip Hospitality extended beyond Christian family