Nadia Bolz Weber on God and you. - “God wants you, in your imperfect, shimmering glory.” —Nadia Bolz Weber
Pema Chödrön on meditation. - “Meditation is not about later, when you get it all together and you’re this person you really respect.” —Pema Chödrön
Byron Katie on self-love. - “Do you want to meet the love of your life? Look in a mirror.” —Byron Katie
Mayra Robio on rebirth. - “Don’t wait until you die to be reborn. Your past does not define who you are, it’s only muscle that you are building for the future.” —Mayra Robio
Johnathan Sacks on education. - “To defend a country you need an army, but to defend a civilization you need education.” —Johnathan Sacks
John Shelby Spong on the mystery of God. - “We walk into the mystery of God; we do not define that mystery.” —John Shelby Spong
Janet Mock on kindness and compassion. - “Kindness and compassion are sisters but not twins. One you can buy, the other is priceless.” —Janet Mock
Anne Lamott on expectations. - “Expectations are resentments under construction.” —Anne Lamott
Coretta Scott King on hate. - “Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated.” —Coretta Scott King
Amanda Gormon on forward momentum. - “We will not march back to what was, but move to what shall be.” —Amanda Gormon
Richard Rohr on God’s love. - “God does not love us if we change, God loves us so that we can change.” —Richard Rohr
Jane Austen on charm. - “There is no charm equal to tenderness of heart.”
Deepak Chopra on awakening. - “Awakening is not changing who you are, but discarding who you are not.”
Anne Lamott on grace. - “Sometimes grace works like water wings when you feel you are sinking.”
Rumi on surrender - They are the chosen ones who have surrendered.
Kahlil Gibran on following love - When love beckons to you, follow him. - Kahlil Gibran
Sharon Salzberg on starting - It is never too late to turn on the light. - Sharon Salzberg
Philip Pullman on what the world needs - After nourishment, shelter, and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world. - Philip Pullman