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The Equinox: Finding Truth in Liminal Spaces

By Tasha Friedman   Celebrating the Equinox First, a story. Prahlada is a young prince, and his father is a...

Yom Kippur: Entering the Book of Life

By Tasha Friedman   Yom Kippur: Entering the Book of Life G’mar chatimah tovah: May you be inscribed for good...

Happy Birthday, Swami Sivananda!

By Tasha Friedman   Happy Birthday, Swami Sivananda! “Love, serve, give, purify, meditate, realize.” –Swami Sivananda On this day in...

What Can We Learn from a Changing World?

Q: What can we learn from being in a changing world? A: Yes, the world is changing, but our power...

Celebrating Pachamama Day

By Tasha Friedman   Happy Pachamama Day! “Pachamama” is the Quechua name for Mother Earth or Mother Nature, translating literally...

Bhajans: Chanting from the Depths

By Hadi Beyrouti   Bhajans are chanting to the Divine and its many faces. Chants not for an exterior force...

Meeting Pain with Love: The Grace and Paradox of Compassion

By Tasha Friedman   Before we can say what compassion is, we should understand what it is not. Compassion is...

Saying Nothing: Prayer and the Spiritual Heart

By Tasha Friedman   “I say nothing to Him, I love Him.” –St. Therese of Lisieux Prayer is the Heart...

You Are Always United with the Whole

By Simona Trandafir   When you feel that it is not air that keeps you alive, and you suffocate from...