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"K" is for Kindness "As we move around this world and as we act with kindness . . . or with indifference or with hostility toward the people we meet, we are setting the great spider web atremble. " — Frederick B…
Love Should Conquer By Jawad Maayah I have been here long enough
Submission for Salvation By Fizza Raza for KidSpirit's Fulfillment Issue In the heart, there is a sense of loneliness, there is fear and anxiety, there is regret, there is a sense of longing, all of which can only be…
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…
"F" is for Faith Faith rarely comes to us whole; mostly it comes in pieces, sometimes in tiny fragments, especially when life feels broken. Sometimes faith is lost altogether in the breaking. When children are massa…
The Challenge from the Crib Literary Wisdom Keep me away from the wisdom that does not cry, the philosophy which does not laugh, and the greatness that does not bow before children. — Kahlil Gibran, essayist, novelist,…
My Multicultural Upbringing By Emilija Krysén for KidSpirit's Education issue. Our cultural upbringing shapes the narratives we tell and greatly influences our views of the world. Growing up as a third culture kid, I of…
Mental Illness Crisis Early in 2014, Nicolas Kristof declared in his New York Times column that mental health was one of the most systematically neglected issues in the United States, given the fact the National Institut…
Praise Song for the Pandemic In times that strain our resources, our energy, and our resilience, we need refreshment of spirit more than ever. The following prayer by Christine Valters Paintner — an American poet and writer l…