This We Can Say

Author: Australian Quakers
Editor: Interactive Publications
ISBN: 0975157914
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Prepared over a period of nearly 10 years, it is the distillation of the thoughts of around a thousand Quakers with an interest in spiritual subjects. It includes inspirational writings and personal stories about challenge and opportunity, which reflect on the geography and social history of Australia. Chapters are arranged under subject headings such as Experiences of the Spirit, Images of God, Silence and stillness, Faith in action, Prayer, Truthfulness and integrity, Simplicity and peace, Life stages and challenges and Indigenous people. This book can be used for personal study and meditation, for group work or just for inspiration. Includes an extensive glossary, sources, index and history of the Quaker movement in Australia.
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