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Abandonment to Divine Providence

The Divine action continues to write in the hearts of men the work begun by the holy Scriptures, but the characters made use of in this wri…

Started by David McKay

0 2nd month 15

Quaker poet retired in Mexico:

The Religion of Giant Trees Our neighborhood lives, moves,and has its beingunder an incantation of foliage,noisy bird commotions,whispering…

Started by Quentin Kirk

0 6th month 27, 2016

Quakers: The Video Game

  The award-winning Rainbow Six franchise returns, with Quakers. Summary: It's 2010. When war breaks out in South America, an elite team r…

Started by Aaron Clark

12 9th month 25, 2014
Reply by Susann

Flightpathproject

Dear Friends This email is to introduce you to the webpage and blog of Flightpathproject. Here’s hoping you will read and enjoy - and perh…

Started by Virginia J

0 2nd month 7, 2014

An Oxford Story

This is not art, only a story. I have felt drawn to Quakerism for a long time, which is rather strange as Quakerism is an exotic concept w…

Started by Susann

13 10th month 24, 2013
Reply by Patrice Wassmann

Let us Labor for an Inward Stillness

"Let us labor for an inward stillness-- An inward stillness and an inward healing. That perfect silence where the lips and heart Are still,…

Started by Ray Lovegrove

88 10th month 4, 2013
Reply by Martin

The Book our Mothers Read ~ John Greenleaf Whittier

"We search the world for truth;We cull the good, the pure, the beautiful,From all old flower fields of the soul;And weary seekers of the be…

Started by Ray Lovegrove

0 4th month 30, 2013

Any Quilters Among You?

I find working with needle and thread to be mostly soothing by the light of day.  I listen to bird sounds and the quietness of nature.  I l…

Started by Chris Beauchamp

25 2nd month 11, 2013
Reply by Chris Beauchamp

Your Family Is Yearning With Hope For Tomorrow

Your family is yearning with hope for tomorrow, that burns with the light of Your love in this place.Now tears for our errors are cleansing…

Started by H. Wayne Williams

0 4th month 19, 2012

Your Family Is Yearning With Hope For Tomorrow

Your family is yearning with hope for tomorrow, that burns with the light of Your love in this place.Now tears for our errors are cleansing…

Started by H. Wayne Williams

0 4th month 19, 2012

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James C Schultz replied to Scott Martin's discussion 'What is Quaker Worship: Spirit Possession, Meditation, Cognition or Imagination?' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Personally I approach it as expectant listening.  Similar to spring Turkey hunting. :)"
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James C Schultz commented on Glenn Morison's blog post 'Paddle your own canoe'
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Forrest Curo replied to Howard Brod's discussion 'Jesus in the Gospel of Thomas' in the group Liberal Quakers
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Cris Fugate replied to Scott Martin's discussion 'What is Quaker Worship: Spirit Possession, Meditation, Cognition or Imagination?' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Meditation is not about stopping your thoughts, just objective thoughts. That way you can directly…"
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Cris Fugate replied to Howard Brod's discussion 'Jesus in the Gospel of Thomas' in the group Liberal Quakers
"Infants do not comprehend things, they say "that that". This is similar to…"
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