Recent Spiritual Readings of the Day
Henri J. M. Nouwen in Finding My Way Home Henri J. M. Nouwen on living in hope.
Joan Chittister in Listen with the Heart Joan Chittister's reminder of the bounties of blessings and the presence of God in the rituals of everyday life.
Toni Packer in The Work of This Moment Toni Packard on being present in this moment and seeing things as they are now.
Bill Moyers in The Language of Life Joy Harjo's poem "Remember."
His Holiness The Dalai Lama in Beyond Religion The Dalai Lama on young and old working together to create a better world.
Kimberly Winston in Fabric of Faith Kimberly Winston on the ministry of prayer quilting.
Nora Gallagher in Things Seen and Unseen Nora Gallagher on imagining.
Susan Piver in How Not To Be Afraid of Your Own Life Susan Piver on the practice of meditation (attention) is the perfect place to explore our fears as well as our unique qualities.
John S. Dunne in Love's Mind John S. Dunne on the imporance of humility.
Sandhya Rani Jha in Transforming Communities Resources about restorative justice.
Marcia Z. Nelson in The Gospel According to Oprah Marcia Z. Nelson on how Oprah Winfrey models the importance of practicing gratitude in all aspects of life.
Bo Lozoff in It's a Meaningful Life A unity mantra that helps you affirm that anything that happens to anybody can happen to you.
Tsem Rinpoche in Peace Tsem Rinpoche's on taking a vow not to complain any more.
George Hawley in Making Sense of the Alt-Right A summary of the operations of the right-wing movement skilled in using the Internet.
Anna Carter Florence in Inscribing the Text Walter Brueggemann's sermon on the biblical tradition of Jubilee as an expression of justice.
Andrea Mathews in Letting Go of Good A new definition of innocence from a psychotherapist.
Harold S. Kushner in Who Needs God On religion that teaches us to like and feel good about ourselves.
David Sobel, Robert Ornstein in Healthy Pleasures Robert Ornstein and David Sobel on the pursuit of happiness and the mind's judgment of it.
Franklin D. Lewis in Rumi: Past and Present, East and West Franklin D. Lewis on understanding Rumi by understanding his roots in many traditions.
Richard Rohr in Adam's Return Richard Rohr on recognizing how negative is contained inside the positive.
Walter Wink in The Powers That Be Walter Wink on God's all-inclusive love.
Alissa Quart in Squeezed A look into the plight of highly educated poor in America.
Svein Myreng in Plum Poems Svein Myreng's poem called "Tears."
Seyyed Hossein Nasr, William C. Chittick in The Essential Seyyed Hossein Nasr Seyyed Hossein Nasr on the sacredness of the body.
Joseph Emet in Buddha's Book of Sleep Joseph Emet on how worry can grow into a weed that we nourish.
Michael Norton in 365 Ways to Change the World Michael Norton on generosity making a difference in the world.
Cornel West in Race Matters The need for Black people in the United States to be hopeful.
Venerable Master Hsing Yun in Opening the Mind's Eye Venerable Master Hsing Yun on leading a life of meaning, virtue, and truth.
John R. Stowe in The Findhorn Book of Connecting with Nature John R. Stowe on imaginative ways to relate to a tree.