Recent Quotes of the Day
Thomas Berry in Evening Thoughts A new awakening to the divine
Mary Jo Leddy in Radical Gratitude Ingratitude is how sin takes shape within us
Albert Camus in Finding What You Didn't Lose Work is nothing but the slow trek to rediscover
Thomas Merton in Thomas Merton: Essential Writings They are the Laws of the Spirit
Sharon Salzberg in Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience Faith is the beginning of all things
Jane Vennard in Praying with Body and Soul There is within you a lion and a lamb
Jamie Sams in Earth Medicine True devotion and commitment not made with mind
Karen Casey in All We Have Is All We Need Seeing as God sees is the assignment.
Rami Shapiro in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection Metta practice is a series of affirmations
Michael Quoist in The Doubleday Christian Quotation Collection Only love enables humanity to grow.
D. H. Lawrence in Creating an Imaginative Life Life rushes in
Swami Chidvilasananda in Kindle My Heart Grace is always tingling in the air
Saint Augustine in The Music of Time I want to know God and the soul
Megan McKenna in On Your Mark There can be no divides among God's beloved children
Swami Chidvilasananna in Wisdom from World Religions Love is the flow of God's energy
Nancy M. Malone in Walking a Literary Labyrinth Give beauty back to the Creator in praise and thanksgiving.
Jurgen Moltmann in Experiences in Theology Play does not mean something superficial
Billie Jean King in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection Losing is research
Marcus Aurelius in The Inner Treasure Everything contains some hidden blessing
Michele Cassou, Stewart Cubley in Life, Paint, and Passion Support the need to enter into the sacred space beyond evaluation.
Kay Lindahl in The Sacred Art of Listening Listening well takes time
Frederick Buechner in Beyond Words Our news rarely makes the news
James Hillman in The Soul's Code Fall in love on few occasions in a long life
Fritjof Capra in The Way of Conflict The basic oneness of the universe
Gary Thorp in Sweeping Changes Stress hosting a dinner party same as tax return
Philip Sheldrake in Befriending Our Desires Only by attending to our desires
Stephen Batchelor in Buddhism Without Beliefs The art of dharma practice requires imagination.
Philip Zaleski in The Recollected Heart The saint becomes a beloved friend
Benedicta Ward in The Sayings of the Desert Fathers If he is not edified by my silence, he will not be edified by my speech.
Scott Russell Sanders in Hunting for Hope Hope means "to leap up in expectation"