Recent Spiritual Readings of the Day
Tsem Rinpoche in Peace Tsem Rinpoche's on taking a vow not to complain any more.
Joan D. Stamm in Heaven and Earth Are Flowers Joan Stamm's profile of a teacher of the art of ikebana who has a true flower heart.
Christina Baldwin in Life's Companion An imagery exercise to discover your five-year vision.
Cait Johnson in Earth, Water, Fire, & Air An earth prayer paying tribute to the four elements.
Jeanne Safer in The Golden Condom A reflection on how love can be resurrected and is never lost.
Peter Gray in Free to Learn Peter Gray on why kids must be set free to learn in their own ways.
Janet Cedar Spring in Take Up Your Life Janet Cedar Spring on keeping your heart and mind calm.
Brent Kessel in It's Not About the Money Brent Kessel on finding the core story you hold about money.
Paul Bogard in The End of Night Paul Bogard on how every living creature suffers from the loss of night.
Andrew Harvey in Teachings of the Christian Mystics Andrew Harvey on the Second Coming of Christ as a time of Love-in-Action.
Mark Juergensmeyer, Dinah Griego, John Soboslai in God in the Tumult of the Global Square Answers for religious people to the question "So what do we do?" in the face of global problems.
Sister Wendy Beckett in Sister Wendy on Prayer Sister Wendy Beckett on prayer as a devotional attitude and the different levels of prayer.
Christopher Childs in The Spirit's Terrain Christopher Childs on imagining one's life as a work of art.
Shaun McNiff in Creating with Others Shaun McNiff on how our creativity is enhanced through interactions with others.
Jack Kornfield in The Buddha Is Still Teaching Jack Kornfield on how we are all interconnected.
Marilyn Chandler McEntyre in A Faithful Farewell A reflection on why needing help is a gift to your community.
Donna Schaper in Alone But Not Lonely Donna Schaper on solitude as a time when our focus of attention can be intense and meaningful-giving our spiritual life a richness.
Daniel Goleman in Destructive Emotions: How Can We Overcome Them? Daniel Goleman on the the Dalai Lama's comments about importance of empathy as a spiritual practice.
Harold S. Kushner in Living a Life That Matters Harold S. Kushner's on what revenge is and an alternative to it.
Beatrice Bruteau in The Holy Thursday Revolution On the human beings' urge to be like God in being creative and generous.
Lewis B. Smedes in How Can It Be All Right When Everything Is All Wrong? Lewis B. Smedes on three dimensions of grace from the perspective of joy.
Shirley Hershey Showalter in Blush Shirley Hershey Showalter on teaching Mennonite children to be kind.
Winifred Gallagher in Spiritual Genius Winifred Gallagher on spiritual genius that always knows meaning.
John S. Dunne in A Journey with God in Time John S. Dunne on the unity found among religions.
Phil Cousineau in Coincidence or Destiny? Phil Cousineau on seeing in a way that exposes meaning and what's there.
Susan Muto in Gratefulness Ways to deepen your practice of gratitude.
Sarah L. Kaufman in The Art of Grace The importance of self-control for beautiful behavior and control of the heart.
Jane Bluestein in The Parent's Little Book of Lists Jane Bluestein's list of 16 ways to model courtesy.
Jane Hirshfield in Women in Praise of the Sacred A poem by Ly Ngoc Keiu on wonder.