"So Danny, I've heard you've become a Quaker. Does that mean you ride around in a horse and buggy?" Two forest creatures discuss Quaker theology.

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Comment by Matthew S. on 3rd mo. 1, 2011 at 1:14am
@ Cotswold - Ideally, yes. If you don't feel led by God, you shouldn't speak at meeting. It's very distracting (and disrespectful to the silence, I think) when people use it as a bully pulpit for political issues or a place to talk about how their week was.
Comment by Helen Gibbs on 2nd mo. 5, 2011 at 6:06pm
Love them, just sending them off to my 14 year old Friend as a resource for her to explain Quakers to her friends.

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