Henry David Thoreau’s act of civil disobedience inspires courage to heed the guidance of our conscience.
Words of the 16th-century priest, Francis David, still ring true when we consider our faith – and others’ – in action.
A qoute from a Holocaust prisoner inspires a reflection about sharing hope in the bleakest of circumstances.
A profound sense of the divine, found in holding the gaze of a dog, inspires ritual and art.
When all people are fully free, our living rings like the clear tone of a bell.
A question by Mary Oliver and tactile remains of once-living creatures open us to ponderings on the reality of death and the meaning of our lives.
This first person account of the one helped by the Samaritan shows how unexpected compassion can instantly dissolve fear and hatred.