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William O'Daly

Excerpt from The Story of Jacob by William O’Daly

This short story appears in our Summer 2014 issue. The entire issue is available for download in digital format. It came to pass, the young men cut down the trees to feed the campfire and cookstove,...
Aryeh Tepper

Excerpt from Spiritual Evolution: The Rhythm of Genesis by Aryeh Tepper

This essay appeared in our 2010 Print Issue 13. The entire issue is available for download in Kindle format.        It begins in the beginning, when, after you have been pulled from the darkness of the...
Cyril Wong

Excerpt from Complementarity by Cyril Wong

The following poem appears in our July 2015 digital issue. Read the rest of the issue by downloading it here. A monk told me about how Niels Bohr used Hokusai’s One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji to...

A New Story of Our Lives

The time is now.. for a new spiritual story of our lives. We are adolescence at the beginning of a shift toward awakened maturity, in a transitional stage of physical and mental human development....
Lois P. Jones

Excerpt from The Scent of Ariel by Lois P. Jones

The following poem appears in our Fall 2012 Print Issue 21, and was awarded first prize in Tiferet’s 2012 Writing Contest. The entire issue is available in Kindle format. -- When the shuttle arrives at the old...

Shamballa’s Permaform Moon. Interview with Andrea & Nate, Argentina by Willi Paul

Shamballa’s Permaform Moon. Interview with Andrea & Nate, Argentina by Willi Paul. Sponsored by openmythsource.com Participate with Shamballa Permaculture Looking for a change? Want to explore a new country and culture? We have a lot of...

CK, Is My First Chakra Red?

You know that saying, If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard I’d be a rich woman (or man)?  Well that applies to the "Is My First Chakra Red?" inquiry. And often...
Brenda Miller with Abbe

Excerpt from Durable Goods by Brenda Miller

This essay appeared in our Fall 2006 Print Issue 7. Click here to purchase the entire issue in Kindle format.        Keith must have given the pen to me nine or ten years ago; he took...

Not Your Grandmother’s Sweetness: Active Compassion and Writers

When I traveled to South India several years ago to study with my teacher, I didn’t intend to bring my father. But sure enough almost every morning, among the smell of chai and dust,...

Spade + Attitude = Spaditude

Not everyone likes to garden yet this a good era for a lot of us to have the attitude of a gardener - what I call: spaditude. If you want to get back to...