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Discerning our daily choices

Ben Pink Dandelion reflects on life as a Quaker, and how it challenges and affirms

Discerning our daily choices PHOTO BY FIONA CUE, COURTESY NEWBURY QUAKERS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT FUND

Silent Meeting by John Perkin

Silent Meeting by John Perkin

HOW ARE WE CALLED TO LIVE OUR LIVES AS PEOPLE OF FAITH in a world that besets us with material temptations, yet at the same time can overwhelm us with humanity's injustices? It is a journey of continual tension, calling for daily discernment, and may work best if we can find ourselves part of a spiritual community.

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