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Bishop Spong on God

True religion is, at its core, nothing more or less than a call to live fully, to love wastefully and to be all that we can be. That is finally where life’s meaning is found. All else is background music.”

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Manly P. Hall on Love

Love is not just a single thing. It is not something that is born full-blown from the unknown and the invisible.

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Christmas Prayer: Emmanuel, God is with Us

We rejoice that Jesus led people to discover the sacred in the ordinary: in the crowd, in the lowly, in the everyday life, in human yearnings to be better people, and in being neighbor to one another.

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Bishop Spong on Divinity

“The way you become divine is to become wholly human”
– Bishop John Shelby Spong

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Bishop Spong on God

“God is not a Christian. God is not a Jew or a Muslim or a Hindu or a Buddhist. I honor my tradition. I walk through my tradition. But I don’t believe my tradition defines God. It only points me to God.”

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Keep the Channel Open

Written by Martha Graham

There is a vitality, a life force, a quickening
That is translated through you into action,
And because there is only one of you in all time,
This expression is unique.

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Thomas Keating on Becoming Fully Human

“For human beings, the most daunting challenge is to become fully human. For to become fully human is to become fully divine.” ~Thomas Keating

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Elaine Pagels on Diverse Religious Traditions

Most of us, sooner or later, find that, at critical points in our lives, we must strike out on our own to make a path where none exists. What I have come to love in the wealth and diversity of our religious traditions…is that they offer the testimony of innumerable people to spiritual discovery. Thus they encourage those who endeavor, in Jesus’ words, to “seek, and you shall find.” ~ Elaine Pagels

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