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A Buddhist Theory of Language By Sharon Lin in the KidSpirit The Word issue. I knelt on the silken scarf laid across the hardwood floor, my head bent in silent prayer to the spirits of my ancestors. I heard muffled sounds of …
The Spiritual Life Quaker Wisdom The spiritual life is about becoming more at home in your own skin. — Parker Palmer, Founder of the Center for Courage and Renewal
When Love Happens Jain Wisdom We can make the sorrow and suffering into a compost out of which the roses of joy can grow. — Satish Kumar in The Way of Wisdom Tibetan Wisdom Peaceful living is about trusti…
A Prayer for the Fearless Protesters in Tibet Over the past year, 30 young Tibetans have committed self-immolation as a form of self-sacrifice to draw attention to the relentless oppression by the Chinese in their homeland. On March 26, 2012, a…
Happy Anniversary to the Thurmans Having just celebrated 48 years of marriage with Mary Ann, I was delighted to see Penelope Green's article in The New York Times about the fifty-year marriage of Buddhist scholar and activist Robert…
Celebrating the Dalai Lama's Birthday July 6, 1915. His Holiness the Dalai Lama is 80 today. He is the political and spiritual leader of the Tibetan people, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and teacher of nonviolence, and a convener of mult…
The Basic Intricacies of Kindness and Compassion By Skyler Sallick in the KidSpirit Simplicity and Complexity issue. From a young age, I have worked to piece together my unique spiritual beliefs from aspects of my surrounding environment, parti…
A Prayer to Hear the Cries of the World On Monday, April 3, 2017, Lion's Roar: Buddhist Wisdom for Our Time posted "Stand Against Suffering: An Unprecedented Call to Action by Buddhist Teachers," a call for Buddhists and all people of fai…
What Life Is About Christian Wisdom "Help" is a prayer that is always answered. It doesn't matter how you pray -- with your head bowed in silence, crying out in grief, or dancing. Churches are good for prayer, but …
The Capacity to Care Jewish Wisdom Seek opportunities to give gifts to those whom you want to love more -- gifts of money, objects, time, caring attention, and the like. — Alan Morinis in Every Day, Holy Day