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Bent A Book Review

“The Tragedy of Dissemination in Bent”

By Robben Wainer

            “Bent”, is a play by Martin Sherman. “Martin Sherman,“Bent” 1979, Amber Lane Press Ltd. London, England.”…is a play about the underworld, betrayal, torture, homosexuality, and survival. The play takes place in Nazi Germany, as it was understood that gay men who were caught, went to prison, to wear a pink triangle that signified they were amongst the lowest of the low…

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Added by Robben Wainer on 6th mo. 7, 2016 at 8:16pm — 2 Comments

A Quaker Transgender Marriage

“A Quaker Transgender Marriage”

By Robben Wainer

 

 

          On taking an in depth view of the faith restored to me by my Quaker upbringing, I would like to make a few observations, one being that the Quaker mission is to seek the truth, the second being that Quakers profess our love to be of God’s…

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Added by Robben Wainer on 3rd mo. 11, 2016 at 3:59pm — No Comments

A Quaker Transgender Marriage

“A Quaker Transgender Marriage”

By Robben Wainer

 

 

          On taking an in depth view of the faith restored to me by my Quaker upbringing, I would like to make a few observations, one being that the Quaker mission is to seek the truth, the second being that Quakers profess our love to be of God’s…

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Added by Robben Wainer on 3rd mo. 11, 2016 at 3:56pm — 2 Comments

Job, A Letter to the Faithful

“Job a lesson to the Faithful.”

By Robben Wainer

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Added by Robben Wainer on 8th mo. 6, 2015 at 8:35am — No Comments

Let's Have Tea

This is an article in the form of a brief Memoir that I have written in respects to my Mother Nora Ruth Roberts who is a direct descendant of Henry James and William James.

I am open to any comments, this maybe my own soul searching on how the life of a writer can be painful, and is far from perfect. I am interested in your experience, strength and hope being that my Mother is now living in a nursing home.

Let’s…

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Added by Robben Wainer on 4th mo. 6, 2015 at 3:00am — No Comments

Ageing with Grace

The Dalai llama writes about ageing as an ability to forgive and to transcend sorrow so that it is useful to friends, family and the environment. Ageing Spiritually refers to the servitude and relevance that our lives have influenced the world and the souls we have touched who thought we could make a difference. We are not just born to our parents, but are lives of Heaven and Earth, as we observe the stillness and account for spiritual pathways, the essence of our channeling through the…

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Added by Robben Wainer on 3rd mo. 16, 2015 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Growing into Goodness,- Taking a Closer Walk with Thee.

In my gathering of acceptable terms and conditions that came together in my family of over three generations, the thought that stayed alive with me is if I have a Quaker education or not, and who will be there to plant the seeds of truth, wisdom and social justice in my kinships to family and friends. The Bible says that the will of Jesus  for us as his disciples is basically to congregate, and to come together as a world that belongs to him, to seek his good intention, and discuss amongst…

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Added by Robben Wainer on 2nd mo. 1, 2015 at 2:59am — No Comments

Excerpt from Towards a Quaker View on Sex

Having been raised in an ethical household with the understanding that all affairs of the heart are loved by God, and that discrimination of any kind is unjust and the product of ignorance, my adolescents carried with it a dark oppressive cloud that felt confusion from the fact of having a same-sex orientation. In my eyes the present day marriage equality movement is the act of performing miracles in the line of service. Yet, I have this question, which is does this line of policy,…

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Added by Robben Wainer on 9th mo. 26, 2014 at 5:43am — 1 Comment

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