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You can practice this “I love you” prayer in little passing moments as you go through your day, as you awaken in the middle of the night. — James Finley Read Love: Week 1 Summary
God looks at us and always sees Christ, and God thus finds us always and entirely lovable. God fixes God’s gaze on our shared, divine nature. — Richard Rohr Read Our Holiness Is God’s Holiness
This is the dance of intimacy: as we ask one another for forgiveness, as we confess to one another that once again we didn’t do it right. — Richard Rohr Read The Challenge and Opportunity in Relationship
To love God is to love what God loves. To love God means to love everything . . . no exceptions. — Richard Rohr Read Seeing with God’s Eyes
What I let God see and accept in me also becomes what I can see and accept in myself. And it becomes that whereby I see everything else. — Richard Rohr Read The Meaning of Spiritual Love
God created this evolving universe because God is Love and each of us is God’s gift to the world. — Louis Savary and Patricia Berne Read Evolving in Love
The whole universe story has come into being because God is a hidden treasure who longs to be known. — Cynthia Bourgeault Read Unity in Differentiation
God cannot be known by thinking but by experiencing and loving. I hope you will take some time to connect with Love in your lived experience. — Richard Rohr Read Love: Week 2 Summary
Death is the experience of “no exit,” a recognition that the situation is inescapable, that one is utterly at the mercy of the Ground of Being. — Kathleen Dowling Singh Read The Ground of Being
The life and death of a human being is so exquisitely calibrated as to automatically produce union with Spirit. — Kathleen Dowling Singh Read Nearing Death
Twice a year we pause the Daily Meditations to ask for your support. When I founded the Center for Action and Contemplation in 1987—and even when we began sending my Daily Meditations in 2007—I never imagined how this work would evolve and grow, thanks to our donors’ generosity. — Richard Rohr Read Support the Center for Action and Contemplation
As we develop mature emotional and spiritual practices, we become able to incorporate that which we have denied. — Richard Rohr Read The Illusion of Separation

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