How does a person write from a spiritual center? I can't know for sure how other writers do it. I know which writers have sometimes moved my spirit in response to their words: Ally Lilly . Will Taber . Bright Crow . Peggy Senger Morrison . More Quaker writers than Pagans, I think, so perhaps there is something in how Quakers center themselves in Spirit in their work that feeds their words. Cassiodorus at the Vivarium Certainly, Quakers are told to "take heed of the promptings of love and truth in our hearts," and to trust them as the leadings of Spirit. I know that the spiritual writing that moves me most seems to have been centered this way, and to comes out of direct, lived experience: “narrative theology,” as Peggy puts it. So how's it done? While not every piece I write is this kind of writing, this is what I do, when I take on those pieces that I think of as spiritual writing--as "blogging in the spirit of worship,"