Recent Quotes of the Day

Katrina Schneider in Dipa Ma Attention marked with a sense of ease.
Anthony de Mello in The Heart of the Enlightened A basic ingredient in the attainment of freedom
Henri J. M. Nouwen in Here and Now Spiritual life is like a mosaic
Kerry Walters in Jacob's Hip When I meet another person
Jalaja Bonheim in Aphrodite's Daughters Sexual allure does not from conventional good looks
Joan Chittister in In Search of Belief We want a glimpse of God here and now
Wayne Teasdale in The Mystic Hours God causes joy to rise in our hearts
Georg Feuerstein, Brenda Feuerstein in Green Yoga Calling yoga practitioners to become heroes by actively working to save the planet
Albert Schweitzer in Faces of Compassion The purpose of life is to serve
Joyce Rupp in Walk In a Relaxed Manner Imagine walking on a path where millions of feet
Kathleen Norris in The Cloister Walk Ceremony requires that we work with others
Jim Wallis in The Soul of Politics Anxiety and despair of affluent cultures
William Sloane Coffin in The Heart Is A Little to the Left Civility has to do with truth and little with taste
Ardath Rodale in Everyday Miracles Gratitude and grace like two hands working together
Ralph Waldo Emerson in The Wonders of Solitude I like the silent church before the service begins
Richard Rohr in Quest for the Grail Jesus tells us not to judge
Jim Wallis in The Soul of Politics Prophetic politics rooted in moral principles
Charles Reade in Songs of Joy Not a day passes over the earth
Thich Nhat Hanh in Living Buddha, Living Christ Dialogue is not a means for assimilation
Barbara Bartocci in Grace on the Go Offer telephone thanksgivings
Edward Espe Brown in Tomato Blessings and Radish Teachings The Buddhist raft which keeps you afloat
Kathleen Norris in The Cloister Walk Laundry seems to satisfy a need for ritual.
Gerald J. Bednar in Faith as Imagination Using the world of images is itself an act of the imagination