Recent Quotes of the Day

Josephine Baker, The Soul's Code Is that what they call a vocation
Swami Prajnanpad , Happiness When you love someone
Norman Mailer, Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection Living a little more, dying a little bit
Harold Bloom, Omens of Millennium Once there was no barrier
Sara Maitland, A Big-Enough God To have a joyful faith tell stories about the divine
Thomas Moore, The Education of the Heart The arts are in the business of mystery
Nilton Bonder, The Kabbalah of Money Disrespect for time is an assault on life
Bernard Lee, Rummaging for God God is always beyond God
Andrew Harvey, The Return of the Mother Everything that Christ did
Mother Teresa , The Lenten Pharmacy Biggest disease today is being unwanted
Drew Leder, Sparks of the Divine We seem to have an inborn propensity
Ayya Khema, Be an Island Emptiness is not a negative state
Hugh Prather, Morning Notes Love is the only true purpose.
C. Alexander Simpkins, Annellen M. Simpkins, Tao in Ten Life is continuously undergoing transformation.
Neale Donald Walsch, Meditations from Conversations With God Physical manifestation of your thoughts
Barbara Ann Kipfer, 201 Little Buddhist Reminders Each dish I wash is my most cherished child
Garret Keizer, Help Compassion and life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Ezra Bayda, At Home in the Muddy Water Where am I still shutting down
Eknath Easwaran, The Bhagavad Gita for Daily Living: Volume 1 The sacraments of keeping the body healthy
John S. Dunne, The Road of the Heart's Desire May I know me, may I know thee
Louis Finkelstein, Reading The Book When I pray I talk to God
Larry Dossey, Reinventing Medicine Whether we call it a telesomatic event
Esther de Waal, The Celtic Way of Prayer None of us can evade the darkness
Matthew Flickstein, Swallowing the River Ganges Using harsh words or displaying offensive gestures