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"B" Is for Beauty “To participate in Beauty is to come into the presence of the Holy." — John O’Donohue Beauty as a Holy Sanctuary Beauty is a holy sanctuary where heaven and earth greet each…
A Critic of Curb and Corner In an article in The New York Times, Michael Kimmelman pays tribute to the long and commendable career of Ada Louise Huxtable who started writing on architecture for The New York Times in 1963 becom…
A Moral Compass By Lila Hazan KidSpirit's Human Dignity issue. The concept of human dignity has never been in the forefront of my mind. I have been raised in a primarily atheist family within a primarily…
A Prayer of Thanks for the Music of the Legendary Beatles Lord of the Dance, we are so grateful for the enduring melodic rock and pop music by the legendary Beatles. Poll: In a recent poll, 69% say the Beatles' music has held up well and still sounds c…
First Process Musings Welcome to Process Musings for the curious, the creative, and the open-hearted. We are two bloggers from the world of process thought, inspired by the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead. We believ…
Being Tolerant of the Unsmiling Why we should be more tolerant of those who never smile. "Yogananda Paramahamsa has a beautiful suggestion for thawing the arctic state of our feelings; it is for all of us to become smile milliona…
Unity and Diversity from a Ruthenian Catholic Perspective By Christopher Woods in the KidSpirit Unity and Division issue. A discussion of unity and diversity of anything should start at the very beginning — for me and many others, when Jesus Christ…
Out of the Labyrinth By Sofia Mesh for KidSpirit's Awesome Moments issue. My life was a confusing labyrinth. I was always overwhelmed by the pressure to succeed and to reach the top because I had been brainwashed…
The Basic Intricacies of Kindness and Compassion By Skyler Sallick in the KidSpirit Simplicity and Complexity issue. From a young age, I have worked to piece together my unique spiritual beliefs from aspects of my surrounding environment, parti…
Can Labeling Predetermine Success or Failure? By Nimai Agarwal for KidSpirit's Human Dignity issue. Short. It's often the first thing that comes to mind when people see me. At five feet four inches tall, I'm far below the average height o…