Recent Quotes of the Day

Joan Chittister, Wisdom Distilled from the Daily Good work that leaves the world softer
Ernesto Cardenal, Abide in Love God's holiness is manifest everywhere
Matthew Flickstein, Swallowing the River Ganges Approach life with joy, enthusiasm and an open heart
Gary Snyder, Seasons of Grace Real play is in the act of going totally off the trail
Daphne Rose Kingma, The Book of Love Relationship has a higher purpose
Laura Bernstein, Finding A Way Judaism has the largest compendium of blessings
Philip Toshio Sudo, Zen Computer Prospective monks are put to the test
Flora Slosson Wuellner, Release Carrying the pain and problems of others
William Lynch, Faith as Imagination Faith believes, but it is modest
Celeste Snowber, In the Womb of God If there were an earthquake, would the tree stand firm?
Jim Forest, The Ladder of the Beatitudes Hunger for righteousness is the one appetite
John Osborne, Exuberance How I long for a little ordinary human enthusiasm
Mary Oliver, Long Life Poems as little alleluias
Walt Whitman, The Grace in Dying Who need be afraid of the merge?
Stephen Levine, Unattended Sorrow Loving kindness is a liberating
Abbot Pastor, Keeping Silence Silence may conquer any trial
George Washington Carver, Your Deepest Intent What you love enough reveals its secrets to you
Jelaluddin Rumi, The Essential Rumi A little while alone in your room
Allison Harris, What Book!? A triumphant blow of golden horn
William Sloane Coffin, Credo I love to see Christians enter the fray
Rainer Maria Rilke, Toward a Psychology of Awakening For one human to love another is the most difficult task
Mark Nepo, The Exquisite Risk In the care of life there is nothing to accomplish
Macrina Wiederkehr, The Song of the Seed Waiting for the stars to come out