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The Divine in Our Deeds Little Spirituality It is in the tiniest acts, the ones that no one sees, that we express who we are. — Virginia E. Lang in How to Bury a Goldfish Psychological Wisdom To be impatient is…
Sympathetic Joy as a Spiritual Gift I’ve discovered a new word and I want to share it with you. It’s called midding. Here’s the definition as found in John Koenig’s Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows: midding v. intr. feeling t…
Taking the Pulse of Religion in America A new survey of more than 35,000 U.S. adults by the Pew Research Center finds that the percentages of those who say they believe in God, pray daily, and regularly go to church or another religious s…
Panentheism and Peace God … is not far from each of us. In God we live and move and have our being. — Acts 17:27-28 There are many different ways to think about God: as a force, a feeling, and a cosmic p…
Playing Hide and Seek with God I've been playing hide and seek with God most of my life. Sometimes I hide from God and sometimes God hides from me. I think I've discerned a pattern: Whenever I become confident that God is found i…
On Birth, Death, and Moonwalking By Andrew Lu for KidSpirit's Mysteries of the Universe issue. We all wonder about our origins, births, and deaths. We’ve all asked our parents questions about where we came from. As a …
Finding Delight Jewish Wisdom Blessings keep our awareness of life's holy potential ever present. They awaken us to our own lives. . . . With each blessing uttered, we extend the boundaries of the sacred and rit…
A Prayer from Charlottesville Bestower of Peace, it is hard to know how to pray as respect and civility in the United States unravel at the seams. It's even harder to know how to pray when incivility turns murderous. Source: …
A Prayer for a Sober View of Disaster "No one ever understood disaster until it came," wrote Josephine Herbst in Nothing Is Sacred. Sadly, people who are now facing hurricane inundations, wildfires, and earthquakes know that feeling of …
"A" Is for Attention "Pay attention. Stay awake and totally alert. See with receptive eyes and discover a world of ceaseless wonders." — Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat in Spiritual Literacy ‚Äč Atten…