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Reclaiming Wonder I was perusing the courses offered by the School of Life in London, England, when I came across a promotion for "Reclaiming Wonder." The teacher was listed as Francesco Dimitri, a novelist and fanta…
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…
The Joys of Reading "Have a conversation with the author as you read. Underline passages that catch your fancy. Or, if you are reading a borrowed book or a library copy, copy favorite phrases into a notebook. Consider yo…
How Wonder Works Wonder is one of our favorite practices in the Alphabet of Spiritual Literacy. It begins in the senses, comes alive in the imagination, and flourishes in adoration of the Divine. Wonder directs us t…
Yugen By Jocelyn Ruffner in the KidSpirit Creation and Destruction issue. The thing that most people choose to ignore is the fact that we are both A flower in the never ending fields and hills of…
Saliva, A Bodily Overachiever Like other bodily fluids (snot, vaginal fluids, and semen), saliva is not something we talk or think about very often. This clear, watery liquid comes from several glands in your mouth which secrete…
Perpetual Wonder: A Spiritual Virtue "I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don't notice it." — Alice Walker ‚ÄčIn the spiritual alphabet offered by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat…
"W" Is for Wonder "Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories . . . and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmas-time." — Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of L…