Spiritual

Your spiritual life is relevant to everything you do. Spiritual quotes can help you share your spiritual outlook with those in your life and community. Quotes about spirituality can also bolster your commitment to infusing every day with your spiritual values. Carry a spiritual quote with you to stay connected to your beliefs and practices.

We are the witnesses to the miracle. We are put here by creation, by God....We’re here to be the audience to the magnificent. It is our job to celebrate.

Ray Bradbury

The significance and joy in my science comes in the occasional moments of discovering something new and saying to myself, ‘So that’s how God did it!’

Henry “Fritz” Schaefer III

Think back over your day and consider when God spoke. How did you sense it, or why did you fail to sense it at the time? It is often between the lines and in the empty places where we hear God.

Lonni Collins Pratt

God keeps an infinite equilibrium in creation; in every conflict, there’s an opportunity to serve God and restore that equilibrium. Everything points you in that direction.

Martin Tomback

You may find God in the laughter of your children; the grief of a friend; the opening of forsythias after a long winter; the noisy joyfulness of birds and wind; or the quiet testimony of ants and cobwebs. God’s altar is everywhere and in everything.

T. Byram Karasu, M.D.

There are days when we can bring before God…laughter of joy and gratitude. There will be other days when we can only muster a bitter, angry complaint. Be confident that God will accept whatever we lift up before him, and he will make it serve his purpose and our good.

Gardner Taylor

Sign broken. Message inside.

Seen outside a church off Route 34 in Illinois

When you take your troubles to God, you may have them but they don’t have you.

Patti LaBelle

We encounter God’s presence in moments of awe and wonder, in acts of justice and compassion, in loving relationships and in the experiences of everyday life.

from “A Statement of Principles for Reform Judaism”

Why indeed must ‘God’ be a noun? Why not a verb...the most active and dynamic of all?

Mary Daly

Gardening can become a spiritual exercise, teaching us discernment as we eliminate the weeds from our lives, giving what we value room to grow.

Diane Dreher

When your life is filled with the desire to see the holiness in everyday life, something magical happens: Ordinary life becomes extraordinary, and the very process of life begins to nourish your soul.

Rabbi Harold Kushner