Entries tagged with “Spiritual Activism”
Dr. Alejandro Mandes’ book “Embracing the New Samaria: Opening Our Eyes to Our Multiethnic Future” has one ultimate goal: unity.
There is so much to learn on this journey of spiritual activism and sacred service, and I have a stack of books on my nightstand to aid me on this path. And while I don’t believe t…
“Meditation is not only one of the best forms of relaxation; it is free, fully accessible, and easily taught. The practice can be expanded to low-income and minority populations through four simple ways.”
“In a place where there are no heroes—be a hero!” This two thousand year old challenge by Hillel the Elder, whom many consider to have been Jesus’ rabbi, is a staple of Jewis…
Celia Alario is a media and communications strategist. She cavorts with social issue documentarians, artists, and grassroots community organizers who share her love for social justice, planetary healing, and cultural transformation. She sustains her activism through an alchemic mix of yoga, hula hooping, and practicing the art of nonattachment. Bred by New Yorkers and raised in Los Angeles, she now chases her poodle across the majestic redrock landscapes of Southeastern Utah.
Here's why S&H readers chose Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön as their spiritual hero for 2013.
An excerpt from Voices in the Air: Poems for Listeners by Naomi Shihab Nye.
Author, speaker, and teacher.
Executive Director, Africa Yoga Project
Shaman, author, and teacher.
Director of Certification and Sustainability, GreenFaith
A conversation with Glennon Doyle Melton
Take these picks from S&H with you as you make sure your voice is heard.
Whether they drew strength from their spirituality to advocate for a better world, enriched our days with beauty and light, or simply guided us toward richer, more meaningful lives…