Eric Verzo Encina is a freelance writer, columnist, author, and organic farmer, and a campaigner for Social Credit monetary reform. He was born in 1970 in Maub… Continue reading →
“We, the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in the Philippines, hereby express our deep concern on the spate of killings and the intent to reimpose death penalty in our country which we vehemently oppose.”
I had a dream a few days ago, one of those rare wholly unambiguous dreams. It was a flying dream, but that’s not the relevant feature, just a plot device.
I was… Continue reading →
[If] it wasn’t for the Quaker Brother Bayard Rustin, the 1963 March on Washington wouldn’t have ever gotten out of the gate…. Rustin said, “My activism did not s… Continue reading →
Friends, I’m sorry for the lack of posts over the past few weeks. I do not know how to respond with words to the cascading violence. Blessings,
Mike Shell Continue reading →