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Practicing Democracy in Your Journal This post has been contributed by Judith L. Favor, who is rooted and grounded in Quaker tradition and contemplative practice. She is retired from pastoral UCC ministry in San Francisco and teaching …
My Heart and Conscious Aging My heart is a marvelous fist-size pumping organ whose chief duty is to deliver oxygen-rich blood to the cells and organs of my body. It labors tirelessly beating approximately 800,000 - 140,000 time…
"J" is for Joy “See the world through the eyes of your inner child. The eyes that sparkle in awe and amazement as they see love, magic and mystery in the most ordinary things.” ― Henna Sohail When …
The Open-Ended House Open-ended: That's how I describe the home where my husband and I now live. Since we purchased our well-worn (shabby-sans-chic) historic house 3 years ago, we have been renovating and restoring. For…
Art and Your Inner Spiritual Work On Huffingtonpost.com Mariano Lozano notes that throughout the ages, thinkers and philosophers have described human beings as political animals, toolmaking animals, playing animals, and calculative …
You to You: Process Theology and Prayer There are so many kinds of prayer and so many ways to pray. We can pray with words and without words. We can pray by reaching out into a vast mystery, the Deep Listening, saying "help" or "thanks" o…
Peace By Samantha Singh for KidSpirit's Society and the Individual Issue. Peace. It’s an unusual word in this bizzare time. Some say it means that war is not present, but this word has more depth tha…
A Ukrainian Sense of Belonging By Nikita Zinoviev There are so many countries all over the world and each of them has something unique. We all differ in language, culture, nationality, outlook, climate, territory, and so on. …
How Zen, Whitehead, and Jesus Ruined Me I was told that the most important thing in life is to be rich, powerful, and famous. What happened? Zen and Whitehead ruined me. Zen taught me to measure my life in terms of moments of expe…
Be Bravely Fearful and Anxious! By Kavya Shah for KidSpirit's Fear and Anxiety issue. When you stand before what you are most afraid of, chills run down your spine, your teeth chatter, your knees shake, you get goose-bumps, and…