Recent Spiritual Readings of the Day
Radhule Weininger in Heartwork Story of how a woman used a practice to deal with her feelings of despair and hopelessness.
Christopher Hamilton in How to Deal with Adversity Christopher Hamilton on how adversity can give birth to good things.
Harold S. Kushner in To Life! Explores Jewish traditions and practices such as zeal, to live life to its fullest.
Michael Berg in Becoming Like God Michael Berg on each act of kindness expanding a collective kindness.
Celeste Yacoboni in How Do You Pray Sobonfu Some shares about the many ways she prays.
Kirk Byron Jones in Morning B.R.E.W. Kirk Byron Jones on a devotional morning exercise for being present.
Shozan Jack Haubner in Single White Monk Zen Buddhism wisdom on life as a manifestation of opposites and connections.
Thomas Moore in Soul Mates A view of longing as a nutrient for the soul.
Carolyn Rose Gimian, Chogyam Trungpa in The Collected Works of Chogyam Trungpa Volume Seven Carolyn Rose Gimian on Chogyam Trungpa's spirituality of using the imagination to create art.
Marc Freedman in The Big Shift Marc Freedman on a new stage of life in the transition between midlife and old age.
Joan Duncan Oliver in Coffee with the Buddha Joan Duncan Oliver's imaginary dialogue with the Buddha on being present.
Robert Bly in The Soul Is Here for Its Own Joy Kabir's poem on beauty.
Daniel H. Pink in A Whole New Mind Daniel H. Pink on laughter as a healing, healthy, and joyful practice that is invading the workplace.
Robert J. Wicks in Snow Falling on Snow A collection of quotations, with a passage on Jesus.
Loch Kelly in The Way of Effortless Mindfulness A way to begin your day with effortless mindfulness.
Anne Lamott in Hallelujah Anyway A meditation of the presence of mercy in our ordinary experiences.
Leonard Felder in Here I Am Leonard Felder on how difficulties and pain might eventually be turned into something good.
James Hillman in Dream Animals James Hillman affirms our mystical connections with animals and reflects on their importance in our lives.
Caitlin Matthews in The Celtic Spirit Caitlin Matthews on joyfully greeting May Day.
Gary Thorp in Sweeping Changes Gary Thorp on sweeping as a way of connecting us to people of all times and places.
His Holiness The Dalai Lama in The Good Heart The Dalai Lama on equanimity as a spur to compassion.
Robin Meyers in Spiritual Defiance How clergy can return the Way to the ways of defiance.
Lana Dalberg in Birthing God Lana Dalberg on being a gift to the Divine.
Ted C. Fishman in Shock of Gray Ted Fishman on the safety nets grandparents provide their families.
Arthur Green in Seek My Face Arthur Green on connections between ancient concepts and current concerns of freedom.
Richard Smoley in Supernatural Richard Smoley on answering the questions about the purpose and nature of our being.
Rupert Sheldrake in The Sense of Being Stared At Rupert Sheldrake on the evil eye representing the shadow side of envy.
Rezvan Ameli in 25 Lessons in Mindfulness Rezvan Ameli on how compassion grows through recognizing our shared humanity with others.
Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Adiswarananda in Tagore Rabindranath Tagore's poem "Have You Not Heard His Silent Steps?"