Category Archives: Quaker

Soul Searching: Even a blind man knows when the sun is shining . . .

“We need not feel God’s care to know it is working, any more than we need to feel gravity to keep us from sailing off into space.” It’s true. I do believe each of us is under the care of … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: And I’ll know my song well before I start singing . . .

“Don’t strive to be more than what God made you. . .” I had to sit with this one for a while.  I found it unsettling.  I’ll never be more? This is all I’ll ever be?  But I realized that’s not … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Your stairway lies in the whispering wind . . .

The second inquiry of the book asks: how do I find that “still, small voice”? Have I heard God in the stillness of my soul? Have I been quiet enough to heed the message? That small voice is the sacred … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Launch of My Mayflower

Diving into the first chapter, I become a pilgrim. I’m on a journey to places unknown but when I get there I’ll be home. I am born with the tools I need. One is my sacred compass, a piece of … Continue reading

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Soul Searching: Here We Go Yo, So What’s The, What’s The Scenario

I’m embarking on a journey. Actually I started a long time ago only now I’ve discovered new direction. I had the pleasure of having a session with Emma Churchman, The Quaker Shaman (seriously, how cool is that?). I spoke with … Continue reading

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Showing My Work . . . Seeking Silence

Faith and practice. Faith always stayed strong but the practice . . . When I attended Quaker Meeting regularly, it was so easy to slip into the silence. To pause the outside world and let the inner world unfold and … Continue reading

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