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Breakfast at the Victory … The ego is the dualist in us. It is the habit we have of seeing ourselves over and against someone else. As ego, my inwardness remains inward because it is completely closed off to you by my outwardness… … In fact, belief and unbelief are…

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What is “belief”?

Recently Katie Kent added a comment to the discussion following last July’s Intellect post. She wrote: I have just come to realize why i define myself as a quaker: it is a spiritual discipline and practice, rather than a set of beliefs. … To me, “Rising…

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“Introduction to the Unitarian and Universalist Traditions” by Andrea Greenwood and Mark W. Harris: A Review by Anthony Manousos

An Introduction to the Unitarian and Universalist Traditions by Andrea Greenwood and Mark W. Harris. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, 2011. As a Quaker active with the Quaker Universalist Fellowship, I was drawn to review this book because I wanted to…

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Intellect

I had an opening early this morning, the sort of opening which I experience as remembering something I already knew. Intellect brings human beings to the doorway of awareness and leaves them there. I suppose my brain was riffing on another saying I don’t remember clearly…

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Listening in Tongues

In his blog, The Empty Path, Mike Shell shares his quest to understand how to “hear or to be heard across the boundaries of our differing belief systems.” How do you speak of your spiritual experiences among Friends, and to the world at large? Do you find…

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Is the Inward Light a universal experience, or Christ-centered? What is YOUR experience of the Inward Light?

I am grateful for the discussion that has taken place this week in response to the question: Are Quakers Christian, non-Christian, or both? I especially appreciated the discussion of the Inward Light, since the second part of the workshop I have been asked to lead addresses the…

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