This essay was originally published in Universalist Friends, Spring 1997, v.26, p.10, and was republished in Universalism and Religions: Quaker Universalist Rea… Continue reading →
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 i… Continue reading →
Friends have a healthy wariness of calendars, and particularly of names or ceremonies assigned to particular days in a calendar. Human beings by nature ascribe m… Continue reading →
Because my Meeting worships in the staff lounge of a large urban cemetery, we occasionally have intrusions from non-Quakers who break the silence with well-mean… Continue reading →
Many Friends share mutual bemusement over what they call The Question, namely: “What do Quakers believe?” In his “Among Friends” column for the January 2012 issu… Continue reading →
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… Continue reading →