The poet Jalaluddin Rumi writes of night travelers who search the darkness instead of running from it, a companionship of people willing to know their own fear.… Continue reading →
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 →
Waging Peace: Global Adventures of a Lifetime Activist, by David Hartsough with Joyce Hollyday. Foreword by John Dear; Introduction by George Lakey; Afterward… Continue reading →
Quakers sit in silence because they want to know something that words cannot tell them. They want to feel something or become aware of something that they can r… Continue reading →
Biblical studies are becoming global occupations. They are coalescing into a singular, increasingly coordinated, universal occupation. The parochial, particul… Continue reading →