Recent Quotes of the Day

Robert Lawrence Smith in A Quaker Book of Wisdom The practice of silence is rewarding
Theodore Zeldin in Conversation Physical contact is the basic source of intimacy
Hildegard of Bingen in Feasting With God Don't be lazy in the service of God
Svein Myreng in Plum Poems In a flash of the eye
Sue Monk Kidd in Firstlight We blunder into the heart of God and find our own
Joshu in The Zen Path through Depression The Great Way is not difficult
Joan Chittister in The Gift of Years Over ten percent of the population- thirty-three million Americans- is now sixty-five and older
Rainer Maria Rilke in Finding What You Didn't Lose Our sadnesses are moments of paralysis
Hugh Prather in The Little Book of Letting Go I will go through this day harmlessly
Kerry Walters in Jacob's Hip Hospitality extended beyond Christian family
Thich Nhat Hanh in Living Buddha, Living Christ The Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit, need the church
Jim Bedard in Lotus in the Fire We are the inheritors of our past actions
Kirk Byron Jones in Morning B.R.E.W. Ten ways to welcome the day
Laibl Wolf in Practical Kabbalah You can learn how to reinterpret reality
Swamini Krishnamrita Prana in Sacred Journey Only that pure love can heal people's hearts and remove their sorrows.
Christian Bobin in The Very Lowly Everything is endowed with meaning in his crazy love.
Jelaluddin Rumi in Rumi Daylight Let's ask God to help us to self-control
Ralph Waldo Emerson in Choosing Civility Good manners must be inspired by the good heart
Albert Low in 365 Zen Good news and bad news
Thich Nhat Hanh in After the Ecstasy, The Laundry A prayer can be created even for watching television
John Welwood in Love and Awakening An alliance of two souls helping one another evolve
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