Spirituality Quotes

“Mystics would tell you, you are not your body – materialists would tell you, you are only your body – whereas the existential fact of human life is that, you are not your body – you are not your mind – you are nothing – for there is nothing constant about you at any given moment that you can say that you are that – your mind is constantly changing – your body is constantly changing – you as a bio-psychological creature are constantly evolving – if there is anything that’s constant about you, it’s change itself – therefore, what you really are, is an eternal force of change.” ― Abhijit Naskar, Fabric of Humanity
“I don’t have an inspiring story of spiraling into a drug or alcohol addiction just for God to swoop in and save me. Instead, I self-medicated my depression by shopping. I’d spend to forget the pain, get the bill, freak out, then would subsequently go shop some more. At one point, my bill got too high, and I snapped. As I fought to get out from under the debt, I prayed for God to deliver me from the crushing anxiety I felt, which was brought on by the debt and which had added to the debt. One morning God said to me, “Get help. Get well. Be healed.” ― Hew J. La France
“Namaste means the spirit in me sees the spirit in you. And do you see yet the great truth in this simple phrase? When your eyes and brain alone cannot see the spirit in another, the spirit in you sees it always.” ― Sean Patrick Brennan, The Angel’s Guide to Taking Human Form
“Every wonderful quality “in” someone is waiting to be recognized in all of life’s great symphony.” ― Donna Goddard
“And if he had judged her harshly? If her life were a simple rosary of hours, her life simple and strange as a bird’s life, gay in the morning, restless all day, tired at sundown? Her heart simple and willful as a bird’s heart?” ― James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
“MEDITATION & DEVOTION Most of our life issues and psychological problems occur from a lack of love and devotion. We are searching for love outside of ourselves. We are seeking to be loved, rather than to give love. A criteria of spiritual maturity is when we begin to give love, rather than to ask for love. Through developing love and devotion, we learn to love all beings. We develop our inner being, the meditative quality within, the inner source of love and truth, the divine source inside ourselves, through which we can let love flow through us, not only to benefit ourselves, but for the good of all.” ― Swami Dhyan Giten
“Letting there be room for not knowing is the most important thing of all. When there’s a big disappointment, we don’t know if that’s the end of the story. It may just be the beginning of a great adventure. Life is like that. We don’t know anything. We call something bad; we call it good. But really we just don’t know.” ― Pema Chödrön, When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times
“Infinity is my spiritual horizon.” ― Talismanist Giebra, Talismanist: Fragments of the Ancient Fire. Philosophy of Fragmentism Series.
“It is not what to do, but how much love we put into the doing. We can do not greats, only small things with great love.” – Mother Theresa” ― Mother Teresa