Recent Quotes of the Day

Ram Dass in One-Liners Trading in our judging
Mark Nepo in The Exquisite Risk Solitude is a lamp to illumine corners not yet seen
St. Romuald's Brief Rule in The Holy Way Empty yourself completely and sit waiting
Willa Cather in Radical Acceptance There is only one big thing
Sharon Salzberg in Lovingkindness The happiness of the Buddha
Robert Wuthnow in Acts of Compassion What then, is compassion in our culture?
Mitch Finley in Whispers of God's Love Any life is worth celebrating
David Deida in Instant Enlightenment Being is feeling wide open
Belleruth Naparstek in Your Sixth Sense Brings you into a closer contact with the huge mystery
LaVera C. Draisin in Opening the Inner Gates They are not the destination
Daniel Goleman in Emotional Intelligence An inability to notice our true feelings leaves us at their mercy.
Suzanne Guthrie in Grace's Window The places I have lived
Thich Nhat Hanh in Friends on the Path What is most important is to find peace
Frederick Buechner in Beyond Words God uses the workshop for sending love to the world
Rami Shapiro in Hasidic Tales People are born with two impulses
Jack Kornfield in The Wise Heart We are spiritual beings incarnated into human form.
David Spangler in Parent as Mystic, Mystic as Parent Faith is capacity to be open to the intangible
Nilton Bonder in The Kabbalah of Envy Love the other in your self.
Mahatma Gandhi in What Jesus Meant There are so many hungry children
Gerard Thomas Straub in The Sun and Moon Over Assisi Sanctify yourself and you will sanctify society
Sue Bender in Everyday Sacred I stopped waiting for something significant
William of Auvergne in Chant Consider order and magnificence of the Universe
Frederick Buechner in Beyond Words A glutton raids the icebox
Henri J. M. Nouwen in A Forgiving Heart We cannot love issues, but we can love people
Terry Tempest Williams in Embracing Our Essence We don't need to lose our contact with the land.