Kitt Eileen Reidy
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Why beards?

Started this discussion. Last reply by scot miller 11th month 15, 2012. 15 Replies

I'm doing research for a play that I'm writing. Why do you wear a beard? Is the beard an expression or witness to your faith? Is it part of a spiritual practice? A cultural norm? How would you react…Continue

 

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Kitt Eileen Reidy replied to Susanne Kromberg's discussion 'Cell phones in Meeting?'
"I've used my bible app in MFW.  I felt self-conscience, but reasoned that if anyone had an issue with me looking at my phone, they would speak to me directly about it and then I would have explained what I was using it for. "
11th month 19, 2012
scot miller replied to Kitt Eileen Reidy's discussion 'Why beards?'
"I wear a beard as often, facial features and the need to Trim or, have just the right 3'o'clock shadow, are vanities. An untrimmed beard avoids what might turn into a vanity for me. Also, plain Friends often eschew jewelry of any kind…"
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Why beards?

I'm doing research for a play that I'm writing. Why do you wear a beard? Is the beard an expression or witness to your faith? Is it part of a spiritual practice? A cultural norm? How would you react if someone insisted that you should shave your beard? Is there any question I am missing about beards? Thanks!
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How are Friends sharing and broadcasting the Good News we've been given? Tag: outreach"Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house." Matthew 5:15See More
9th month 24, 2012
Timothy left a comment for Kitt Eileen Reidy
"Hello, Friend Kitt! Keep looking to the Lord God our Father, for in Him is our healing! It may take patience on our part, but the trying of our faith worketh patience. Take care.  Timothy"
9th month 7, 2012
Timothy left a comment for Kitt Eileen Reidy
"Hello, Friend Kitt! Thou hast come through some troubling and deep waters, as I have, but keep on going forth. Cast not aside thy confidence, which hath great recompence of reward. (Something I need to remember.) Keep thy faith and heart with all…"
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Historically Friends worried that music and the arts could serve as spiritual distractions but today many are involved in the arts. Share you work, along with your views of the role of the arts in contemporary Quaker culture. Tag: arts.
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I am an attender at Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting. I am a writer and artist.
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At 8:38pm on 9th mo. 7, 2012, Timothy said…

Hello, Friend Kitt!

Keep looking to the Lord God our Father, for in Him is our healing! It may take patience on our part, but the trying of our faith worketh patience. Take care. 

Timothy

At 7:59pm on 9th mo. 4, 2012, Timothy said…

Hello, Friend Kitt!

Thou hast come through some troubling and deep waters, as I have, but keep on going forth. Cast not aside thy confidence, which hath great recompence of reward. (Something I need to remember.) Keep thy faith and heart with all diligence. Thou hast courage, keep drawing on that courage. God is all knowing, and this is not thy fault! Don't do as I have and blame thyself! "Sometimes I get my trousers caught on my own pitchfork," so to speak. . . God is kind to thee and me, and we should be kind to ourselves, yea?

 
 
 

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