Recent Quotes of the Day
Monica Furlong in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection Christianity is about learning to inhabit
Tara Brach in Radical Acceptance Refusing to give up on anyone or anything
Kabir in Perfume of the Desert Do Not Blame Love
Bible Psalm 90:12 in Teach Us to Number Our Days Teach us to number our days
Ezra Bayda in Saying Yes to Life The path to love requires open-hearted attention
Sallie McFague in Super, Natural Christians Nature can be seen as the "new poor"
Carl Gustav Jung in Pilgrim Heart Pilgrim's Progress consisted of my having to climb down a thousand ladders
Kent Nerburn in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection The true joy of life
Thomas Merton in The Thomas Merton Encyclopedia Silence is a fountain of life and a window into God
Kathleen Norris in The Cloister Walk Because of the hospitality I've encountered
Maya Angelou in Sacred Threshold Hope and fear cannot occupy the same space
Jelaluddin Rumi in The Essential Rumi The whole world is a form for truth
C. Alexander Simpkins, Annellen Simpkins in Simple Zen Feel reverence for all beings no matter how insignificant they might seem.
James Fadiman, Robert Frager in Essential Sufism Accept the premise that life and death are both gifts
Grace Hooper in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection A ship in port is safe
C. A. Bartol in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection Hope begets faith
Thomas Moore in The Re-enchantment of Everyday Life Ghosts are among our primary enchanters.
Peter-Damian Belisle in The Language of Silence Silence is the seedbed for spiritual growth
Swami Shraddhananda in Seeing God Everywhere God wants us to discover the secret of the game.
Matthew Fox in Confessions Everyone is a mystic
Kirk Byron Jones in Addicted to Hurry Silence helps us experience God in new ways
William Martin in A Path and a Practice Welcoming everything misery departs
Nicolai Bachman in The Path of the Yoga Sutras Yoga practitioners cultivate an inner happiness
Robert Corin Morris in Wrestling With Grace The Jewish art of saying berakot
Seneca in Life, Paint, and Passion It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare
Thich Nhat Hanh in Frederic Brussat's Twitter Collection The bridge from our body to our mind
Barbara Kingsolver in High Tide in Tucson Nine-tenths of human laws is about possession.
Sarah York in The Holy Intimacy of Strangers Estrangement from our neighbors is spiritual estrangement
Flora Slosson Wuellner in Release Many of us feel this desperation about stagnation
Kerry Walters in Jacob's Hip Instead of seizing the day