Recent Quotes of the Day

Matthew Fox, Confessions Being at the edge between order and chaos
Sri Sarada Devi, Words To Live By Do not find fault with others
Harold S. Kushner, Making Peace With God God does not send us the problem
Sidney J. Harris, Choosing Mercy Only in crises do we learn our true identity
John Tarrant, Bring Me the Rhinoceros A friend was in the Paris Metro
His Holiness The Dalai Lama, How to Expand Love To deepen your gratitude toward all people
Thich Nhat Hanh, Walking Meditation You will touch real peace and joy
Pere Chenu , Confessions You can't do theology with out art
Swami Chidvilasananda, Kindle My Heart When you perform your duty, it becomes your deity
Rollo May, The Soul of Creativity Listen to your own being
Liao Fan's Four Lessons , Tending Life's Garden Benefiting others is a virtue.
David Spangler, Everyday Miracles Unless we can see those ordinary things in a fresh, mindful, and magical way
Frederick Buechner, Beyond Words To be really at home is to be really at peace
Irwin Kula, Yearnings Our desires themselves become a path to blessing
Henri J. M. Nouwen, Clowning in Rome A sacred space where we can welcome the people of the world
Joan Chittister, In the Heart of the Temple Violence in a house is like worm in a fruit
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Grateful Living Be content with a little light
John Welwood, Love and Awakening A special kind of spiritual opportunity
Shantideva , No Time to Lose When praise is heaped upon your merits
John Wesley, Soul Feast Fix some part of every day for private exercises
Dwight Currie, How We Behave At the Feast It's the other person's turn
Arthur Green, These Are the Words Humility demands submission
Anne Lamott, Traveling Mercies Grief is a lazy Susan
Helen Keller, Simplicity Lessons Joy is the holy fire that keeps our purpose