When we face death with hope, we can live life with generosity.
The measure of your solitude is the measure of your capacity for communion.
People who read your ideas tend to think that your writings reflect your life.
When we are crushed like grapes, we cannot think of the wine we will become.
Solitude is the furnace in which transformation takes place.
The spiritual life does not remove us from the world but leads us deeper into it
Our lives are unique stones in the mosaic of human existence — priceless and irreplaceable.
In solitude we realize that nothing human is alien to us.
There are many forms of poverty: economic poverty, physical poverty, emotional poverty, mental poverty, and spiritual poverty. As long as we relate primarily to each other’s wealth, health, stability, intelligence, and soul strength, we cannot...