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A Prayer to Hear the Cries of the World On Monday, April 3, 2017, Lion's Roar: Buddhist Wisdom for Our Time posted "Stand Against Suffering: An Unprecedented Call to Action by Buddhist Teachers," a call for Buddhists and all people of fai…
A Prayer for Pit Bulls Lover of All Creatures, in our experience a well-loved, well-trained pit bull is the gentlest of gracious creatures, the epitome of loyalty, albeit perhaps a bit shy. You could hardly have given us …
A Prayer for Our Role in Climate Change Image credit: Hurricane Michael on October 9, 2018, from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration As of this writing in October 2018, we're facing into the devastation of the third stro…
A Prayer of Gratitude for Bayan Claremont Bestower of Authenticity, thank you for people courageous enough to stand on principle even when it means risking the loss of needed funds. Our team at Spirituality & Practice is grateful and honore…
A Prayer in Awe of Mamoudou Gassama's Spontaneous Courage What we do in emergency situations speaks volumes about who we are, as 22-year-old Mamoudou Gassama's courage and quick reflexes show. Upon seeing a child dangling from a fifth-storey Paris apartmen…
A Prayer for a Sober View of Disaster "No one ever understood disaster until it came," wrote Josephine Herbst in Nothing Is Sacred. Sadly, people who are now facing hurricane inundations, wildfires, and earthquakes know that feeling of …
Birthday of Rabindranath Tagore Celebrating the life of the Bengali writer, painter, and musician, winner of the 1913 Nobel Prize in Literature.
A Prayer from Charlottesville Bestower of Peace, it is hard to know how to pray as respect and civility in the United States unravel at the seams. It's even harder to know how to pray when incivility turns murderous. Source: …
The Strangest of Turns Taking courage from the gallant heart of Etty Hillesum.
Living the Hours A journey through the monastic practice of punctuating each day with eight points of prayer.