A Quote by Walter Russell on life, death, prayer, praying, god, patience, will, and desire

When you pray to God resignedly, as though patiently accepting the punishment of grief at the death of a loved one, and you say: "Thy will be done O Lord. The Lord giveth, and he taketh away", you have not yet known the God of love, for God giveth only. God never takes that which has not been given. What God gives to you you regive to Him for His regiving.
You rejoice when God gives birth to life, yet you deeply grieve when you give rebirth to new life -- for that is what death is.

Walter Russell

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A Quote by unknown on prayer, strength, change, environment, and an inconvenient truth

If you believe in prayer, pray that people will have the strength to change..


Source: an inconvenient truth

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A Quote by zaadzster on the great circle, openness, and prayer

May my feet rest firmly on the ground
May my head touch the sky
May I see clearly
May I have the capacity of listen
May I be free to touch
May my words be true
May my heart and mind be open
May my hands be empty to fill the need 
May my arms be open to others
May my gifts be revealed to me
So that I may return that which has been given
Completing the great circle.

Terma Collective

Source: Life Prayers The Terma Collective

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A Quote by a lipede on heaven, now, love, and prayer

my brothers' and sisters' prayer
 my brothers and sisters who are in heaven . hallowed is your name our kingdom has come . may your good will be done here on earth as it is now done in heaven . give each other his and her daily love . and for-give each other their transparencies . as you expect others to for-give you your transparency . lead each other not into the temptation of death and deliver each other from the evil of fear . for NOW is our kingdom of heaven. NOW is our power to change our spiritual world . and NOW is our glory to live eternally . forever and forever are women . and forever and forever are men . amen

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A Quote by Sharma on worship, prayer, and karma

Puja (worship) is offering to God, prathana (prayer) is demanding from God. When we pray by offering all our karma and even ourselves to God, the prayer fruitifies.


Source: My Blog

Contributed by: Sharma

A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on immortaliry, miracle, prayer, god, and imagination

I am not even six feet tall. Yet I am praying to the Absolute Supreme to reach His infinite Height, which is far beyond even my imagination's flight. For me to long to grow into that Height — is this not a miracle?       

I am mortal. My thoughts, my deeds, my experiences — everything that I have and everything that I am — represent mortality. Yet despite everything that I have and everything that I am, I am longing for Immortality. Is this not a miracle?

Sri Chinmoy

Source: Aurora-Flora, by Sri Chinmoy

Contributed by: Shane

A Quote by Navajo Blessing on blessing, prayer, presence, and now

Before me peaceful.  Behind me peaceful.  Under me peaceful.  Over me peaceful.  Around me peaceful.

Navajo Blessing

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A Quote by Rabbi Chanina on government, welfare, and prayer

Pray for the welfare of the government, since but for fear of it men would devour each other alive.

Rabbi Chanina

Source: Talmud: Mishnah Pirkei Avot 3:2

Contributed by: Barry

A Quote by Cesar Chavez on suffering, miserable, prayer, service, struggle, justice, and world change

Show me the suffering of the most miserable;

So I will know my people's plight.

Free me to pray for others;

For you are present in every person.

Help me take responsibility for my own life;

So that I can be free at last.

Grant me courage to serve others;

For in service there is true life.

Give me honesty and patience;

So that the Spirit will be alive among us.

Let the Spirit flourish and grow;

So that we will never tire of the struggle.

Let us remember those who have died for justice;

For they have given us life.

Help us love even those who hate us;

So we can change the world


Cesar Chavez

Contributed by: Barry

A Quote by Abraham Joshua Heschel on prayer, society, and activism

Prayer is meaningless unless it is subversive, unless it seeks to overthrow and to ruin the pyramids of callousness, hatred, opportunism, falsehoods. The liturgical movement must become a revolutionary movement, seeking to overthrow the forces that continue to destroy the promise, the hope, the vision.

Abraham Joshua Heschel

Contributed by: Barry

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