Recent Quotes of the Day

Robert Jay Lifton, Greg Mitchell, Who Owns Death? However one feels about capital punishment
Jason Shulman, The Instruction Manual for Receiving God You already have what you need to receive God
Thomas Keating, Walking a Literary Labyrinth We really are unconditional love
Pema Chodron, When Things Fall Apart Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us
Vine Deloria, Jr., For This Land Visions, in the Indian context, require action
Sidney J. Harris, Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection Similarities between enemies and lovers
Richard Mahler, Stillness The price we pay for a busy, affluent lifestyle
Anne Lamott, Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith I was puttering around the house
Robert A. Johnson, Jerry M. Ruhl, , Contentment Contentment gives a different experience of time
Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, Wrapped in A Holy Flame If the Ba'al Sehem Tov made available pure joy
Kerry Walters, Jacob's Hip The God of the margins self-reveals
His Holiness The Dalai Lama, The Power of Kindness Our survival depends on kindness
Christopher Titmuss, Light on Enlightenment Attachment to praise takes the joy out of being
James Hillman, The Soul's Code The American character remains blind
Ajahn Sumano Bhikkhu, Emily Popp, Meeting the Monkey Halfway Make yourself available to receive what is given
Lama Surya Das, Awakening to the Sacred We improve our karma whenever we restrain
Diarmuid O'Murchu, Quantum Theology Beautiful things happen in the dark
Angelus Silesius, Messenger of the Heart No wonder you despise the mob's insanity
Elena Avila, Joy Parker, Woman Who Glows in the Dark We believe that each saint was human once
Anthony de Mello, Awakening People are fighting the world or bored with it
Barbara Ann Kipfer, 201 Little Buddhist Reminders Waiting is the practice of patience
David Richo, Shadow Dance I see myself looking more and more like Grandpa.
David Richo, How To Be an Adult in Relationships Jealousy exposes our refusal to be vulnerable
Jose Hobday, Stories of Awe and Abundance My photo album has become one of my favorite prayer books
St. Francis of Assisi , Roadsigns We should ask nothing
Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, God's Echo Living life with a question mark.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, For the Time Being We live surrounded by ideas and objects
Thich Nhat Hanh, Living Buddha, Living Christ There is a deep malaise in society.