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Personal Experience with Religious Groups Inspiring Spirit, guide, direct, and sustain members of all the world's religions that we may find as many ways as possible to open our hearts to those walking different paths from our own. POLL: …
Welcoming the Spiritually Independent Let's stop being so negative about the group that is transforming religion and spirituality in the 21st century. One-fifth of the American public – and a third of adults under 30 – do not identi…
A Prayer for More Religious Hospitality O Lover of Diversity, we give thanks for the variety of religious choices and the freedom to pursue the ones that have the most meaning for us. Fact: According to a new Pew Research Center study…
Radical Amazement: Nature and the Spiritual Life of Children In an essay written on his blog, Richard Louv writes about his desire to share with his children the glory of witnessing a sunrise on a mountain. He feels that this experience can be "a window to so…
Mountains and Meadows and Some Kind of Wonder by Allie McIntosh for KidSpirit's Creativity & Imagination issue. As I write this, I’m looking out over a wide, vibrant meadow. There’s a huge mountain staring back at me, snow-capped even…
A Prayer of Gratitude for All People Who Have Good Values Perpetual Becoming, help us not to look down our noses at those who do not believe as we do and keep us both mindful and grateful for all who seek to do good in the world. Poll: Many people thin…
The Nones Are Off the Bus In a post at TheInterfaithObserver.org, Anne Benvenuti writes about the "Nones," the largest and fastest growing segment of the population in the religious landscape of America, according to the mos…
A Fresh Look By Nimai Agarwalfor in The God issue. I was born into a spiritual family. My parents practiced Vaishnavism, a monotheistic sect of Hinduism based on worship of Krishna, the Supreme. As a result, …
What Motivates Generosity? We believe that the spiritual practice of generosity pulls out the spaces that separate people from each other. Many of the world's religions see it as the "mother of kindness." Buddha named generos…
My Frame of Perception By Ryeaan Chaudry for KidSpirit's Reality and Perception Issue. When human beings are born, they are essentially blank templates. By the time they reach the age of maturity, how they view the wor…