What Spiritual Leaders Read Before Bed
The most enlightening among us choose their titles for peace, wisdom and fresh perspective after a long day.
, by Hermann Hesse, is a book I've read once every decade, since first discovering it as a freshman in college. Through this simple and bare story, I was awakened to the journey of a simple but holy seeker, led again and again to the holiness carried within everyone. Often, when the weather of circumstance gets too harsh, I open this small book to any page, to remind myself of what is possible and even probable, when we can open our hearts and return to what matters."
— Mark Nepo
, author of The Endless Practice