The heft of this website on spirituality is equally matched by its straightforward format that enables visitors to find what they’re looking for or browse for eternity. Spirituality and Practice was created to celebrate and support the axis of all world religions and spiritual paths-the intersection of spirituality and practice. From articles about spiritual practices, to book reviews, to e-courses from Master teachers or films with a spiritual theme, as you scroll down the left side of the website, you will find practically everything under the sun. But, don’t forget to look right, as that side bar gives you an option of discovering a plethora of familiar and not-so-familiar spiritual practices from a variety of faith traditions. Once you click on one of interest, you will find a page that defines the practice and provides a number of venues to explore the practice: quotes, books, fiction, teaching stories, films, music, art, etc. This website offers the widest and perhaps the deepest resources on spirituality around. Clergy, rabbis, teachers, and small group leaders will find endless resources to enhance their congregation’s spirituality. Those who visit will find the greatest challenge knowing when to stop exploring.
Reviewed by Beth Booram