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Follow the Grain Hindu Wisdom The last things you read about, or think about, or see on television, will follow you into your sleep and color your dreams. — Eknath Easwaran in Seeing with the Eyes of Love W…
The Spiritual Alphabet in China I have spent a lot of time in mainland China over the years, teaching process philosophy to students young and old. The youngest are in kindergarten and the oldest are in their late eighties. I’ve…
Our World: An Interdependent Web By Anna Zimmer in the KidSpirit Climate Change issue. I was not raised in a family where religion played a big role. I have always known that both my parents were Christians at one point in th…
Talking with Tomorrow's Peacemakers By Akash V. Mehta in the Conflict and Peacemakers issue. We live in a violent world filled with conflict, and we always have. But every member of every generation has a responsibility to our worl…
The Ritualized Life Catholic Wisdom The rosary is a bodily prayer, a prayer of touch. Our hands touch God when our fingers touch the beads. — Christine Lore Weber in Praying the Body and Soul by Jane Vennard
The Main Thing Slogan The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing. — Stephen Covey, American educator and businessman
Rising Above Borders By Ammara Mohsin for KidSpirit’s Discovery and Progress issue. It was with much excitement over the prospect of being able to visit a different country, albeit from afar, that I visited the Ind…
A World of Service Jewish Wisdom Yes, this world is really a recycling plant. That is why it is filled with so much garbage. All the trash around us and within us is here for us to recycle into usable products -- …
A Leap of Faith Music Lyrics It takes a leap of faith to get things going It takes a leap of faith you gotta show some guts It takes a leap of faith to get things going In your heart you must trust — Bruce…
We Are Part of Nature By Michael Deschenes My full name, Michael North Deschenes, happens to describe what I view as one of the most important parts of my identity.