I am reading a truly remarkable treatment of Christian peace literature which thee might find interesting.
It is "The Kingdom of God is Within" by Leo Tolstoy. It is not necessarily easy going, but thee might find it…"
I appreciate thy posts. I expect there are a number of Friends who ponder the question of identifying a community in which to hang their bonnets as they seek to build up the faith of the living Christ. Like thee, I have looked at…"
I hesitate to add another "label" to the mixture. The term neo-conservative has been used to describe some who have found their way back to the faith and practices of early Friends. I first heard it used by Bill Taber. Friends…"
I wanted to pm you to thank you for your very kind letter, that I noticed was personalized regarding the WQF. I very much appreciated it and could not leave you a personal message without being one of your 'friends' here first, so I thought it was a lovely opportunity to and a chance to send well wishes and my gratitude.
I do enjoy this forum when I get a chance to visit.
In Friendship and Peace,
It's critical to test for acid, Don. Too little is death to blueberries and too much produces visions and no fruit of any kind, I think. 'Glad thee is doing well in SC. It's been some winter here. I am learning to think like a Minnesottan. I figure any people who decide to celebrate ice instead of grouse about it are my kind of folks. Tell Juli Hi from me.
Hi Friend, it's good to hear from you Faye. I'm doing well here in SC. Thanks for saying Hello. On your posts below I see that Raye registered for a P.H. event. Since she's into gardening and soil, I had this image of all of you getting together and talking about testing for acid.
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