Tag Archives: nonviolence

Entering into Transformation

Spiritual transformation begins in the daily circumstances of seemingly-ordinary lives. At the same time, God also invites us to stretch beyond the comfortable circumference within which many of us live, to serve the needs of those beyond our immediate circles. Continue reading

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Openings to the Way of Nonviolence

In this time of anguish about the terrible conflict and bloodshed in Palestine and Israel, I feel moved to share how two Friends received openings when they wrestled with the peace testimony. Continue reading

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