Recent Quotes of the Day

Sam Keen, Sightings I owed reverence to all
Seyyed Hossein Nasr, The Heart of Islam The goal of Islam is to lead the soul to Peace
Ezra Bayda, Being Zen The difficulty is our path
Jean Dalby, Wallace Clift, The Archetype of Pilgrimage Pilgrimages back to the world of indigenous peoples
Susan Murphy, Upside-Down Zen It is a very harsh world; heaven and earth are ruthless
James Finley, Lost in Wonder In silence everything is all at once
Scott Russell Sanders, Writing from the Center Reimagine our place in creation
Joseph M. Marshall III, Walking with Grandfather Time to put the elders in the center of the village
Robert Thurman, The Jewel Tree of Tibet Enlightenment is realizing our interconnectedness
Jon Kabat-Zinn, Coming to Our Senses Healing the suffering of the world
Clare Cooper Marcus, House as a Mirror of Self People use their homes to express themselves
Maria Montessori, Full Esteem Ahead A spiritual being has been confined within limits perceptible to us.
Eve Eliot, Attention Shoppers! Does the act of self-nurture feel alien to you
Jae Woong Kim, Polishing the Diamond, Enlightening the Mind Usually live our lives with the belief
Michael Morwood, Praying a New Story We believe in God present and active
St. Amadeus of Lausanne , The Sun and Moon Over Assisi He who does not know himself does not penetrate
Thomas Merton, Exploring Spiritual Direction Deepest realization of who I am is
Thomas Merton, The Inner Experience "interior life" is generally accepted as a valid description of any kind of striving after prayer
Jiddu Krishnamurti, Living in Balance We must listen in a state of attention
Frederick Buechner, Beyond Words Silence is a given, quiet a gift.
Michael Downey, Hope Begins Where Hope Begins Hope is the capacity to work for something
Henri J. M. Nouwen, Bread for the Journey The best ways to self-knowledge