POEMS: “Bridge of Prayer” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Bridge of Prayer The bridge of prayer from heavenly heights suspended     Unites the earth with spirit-realms in Space. The interests of those separate worlds are blended     For those whose feet turn often toward that place. In troubled nights of sorrow and repining,     When joy and hope seem sunk in dark despair, We…

A Mystical Prayer to start the day

God of My Heart, in the silence of the day that dawns, I come to ask of you peace, wisdom, and strength. Today may I look at the world with eyes filled with love. May I be patient, understanding, kind, and wise. May I see your children beyond appearances, as you yourself see them, and…

Hawaiian indigenous prayer for Mother Earth

Hawaiian indigenous prayer   Let us give thanks for the world around us. Thanks for all the creatures, stones and plants Let us learn their lessons and seek their truths, So that their path might be ours, And we might live in harmony, a better life. May the Earth continue to live, May the heavens…

The Lords’ Prayer in the original Aramaic language (which Jesus spoke)

“The Lords Prayer has significance to many who follow particular religious faiths, but did you know that the original Aramaic language it was written in can be/has been interpreted in indifferent ways?  Each version has its own beauty.  “The Aramaic Language has (like the Hebrew and Arabic) different levels of meaning. The words are organized…

SPIRITUAL POEMS: “Morning Prayer” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

Morning Prayer Let me to-day do something that shall take    A little sadness from the world’s vast store, And may I be so favored as to make    Of joy’s too scanty sum a little more. Let me not hurt, by any selfish deed    Or thoughtless word, the heart of foe or friend;…

SPIRITUAL POEMS: “Prayer” by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

“Prayer”  Lord, let us pray. Give us the open mind, O God, The mind that dares believe In paths of thought as yet untrod; The mind that can conceive Large visions of a wider way Than circumscribes our world to-day. May tolerance temper our own faith, However great our zeal; When others speak of life…