The Source of All Life doesn’t look for correctness of belief or dogma. A humble, loving heart that seeks the good is all that’s required to begin the spiritual journey. Continue reading Five Rumi Guideposts on the Road to Higher Spirituality
Don’t make your religion into your god. Religion is only whatever guides, or should guide us, to love itself.
Continue reading Poet Maeve: Experiencing Love
The name of “Pollyanna,” the child heroine invented by Eleanor Porter in 1913, is often used (by people who haven’t read the book) to mean shallow, blind optimism. But a careful reading of the book holds a different story. Continue reading Ten Hardships to Embrace
Some of us are tasked with fighting an illusory sense of social rejection. Continue reading Poet Maeve: Existence Precedes Acceptance
Never trade your passion for certainty; the moral compromise might just poison your soul.
Continue reading The Moral High Ground of Uncertainty