Edited by John C. Morgan
"This devotional book is intended as a spiritual resource
for nurturing your soul. What is truly personal is also truly universal. If we
sit and wait for what is holy and deep, even if we don't use traditional theist
language, our lives and the lives we touch are deepened and made ready. Jung was
right: 'Bidden or not bidden, God is present.' Where you touch the Holy, it
reaches to touch you, and your life will be transformed. If enough of us begin
with our own spiritual disciplines, a whole community may be transformed, or a
neighborhood or city or nation." —from the Preface
John Morgan has discerningly compiled a unique collection of 365
devotions on prayer, forgiveness, suffering, compassion, social justice,
Unitarian Universalist heritage and many other topics. Mirroring the pluralism
in our congregations, the contributions to this book come from many
roots—Christian, Buddhist, mystic, Jewish, pagan, humanist, and
agnostic. Morgan is the author of A Little Wisdom for Growing Up
and the co-author of Daybreak and Eventide.
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This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Wednesday, June 2, 2010.
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