Spirituality

The Mnemosyne Weekly: Poem Twenty-Eight (Rabia)

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Rabia, depicted in an Islamic miniature Image is in public domain (expired copyright) Poem translated by Charles Upton from Persian This week I'm still thinking about stars, but we've stepped back a few centuries to 717–801 C.E. to read the work of...

Lupercalia: alias Valentine’s Day

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The poet who planted his soul in death's green childhood has spoken the rose of February. Winter whispers among the wolves, 'You can only anticipate the past.' Talon-footed April gouges the tombs of Autumn...

12 Words of Holy Days Issue of TIFERET

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12 Words of Holy Days Issue of TIFERET The imagination plays vividly in the holiday season's dance between light and dark, spirit and the material world. So, this year we want fiction stories that touch...

FINDING MY RELIGION

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FINDING MY RELIGION Philosopher Jacob Needleman asks in his latest book, 'Why Can't We Be Good?' Monday, April 9, 2007 |By David Ian Miller SF Gate   We've got self-help programs, sensitivity training and easy access to the wisdom of...

Pilgrimage to Holy India

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Impending Spiritual Transition of Humanity

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Gurucharanam Saranam. True globalization can happen only on the foundation of a global spiritual vision, a spiritual vision that does not balkanize spirituality. What we require today is a path of spiritual discovery that...

Faith is like a Shimmering Veil – by Jane Beal

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Faith is like a shimmering veil. You can’t see through it. It’s like a cold shower. It wakes you up early and makes you shout, “O God!” Faith is like running on the sand...

Faith – Michael Lyle

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Faith We all doubt. There are even times when we doubt it all. Everything. Other times, we doubt certain aspects, this understanding or that assumption. It matters little whether these aspects are orthodox doctrine or...