Sunday, June 30, 2019

Spirituality Quote of the Week

It is not that we go out into the world with a capacity to love others greatly. This too we know in ourselves, that our capacity for love is limited. And it has to be completed with the capacity to be loved, to accept love from others, to want to be loved by others, to admit our loneliness and to live with our loneliness because everybody is lonely.

— Thomas Merton

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Spirituality Quote of the Week

One must never give up hope of becoming better. A person is old only when he refuses to make the effort to change. That stagnant state is the only “old age” I recognize.

— Paramahansa Yogananda

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Spirituality Quote of the Week

You can’t offend the Divine One; its very nature is light, love, compassion, protection, and giving. You can’t make it stop loving you. It’s just like the sun. You can’t make the sun stop shining on you; you can only choose not to look at it. The moment you look, you’ll see it’s there.

— Michael A. Singer

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Spirituality Quote of the Week

Humans are creators of meaning, and finding deep meaning in our experiences is not just another name for spirituality but is also the very shape of human happiness.

— Richard Rohr

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Spirituality Quote of the Week

When I stopped waiting for something “significant” to happen, and instead began noticing what WAS happening, not what I wished was happening, a series of small miracles occurred.

— Sue Bender