Growing into the Likeness of a Fe-male God

Use the media player above or right-click here to download an audio version of this article. Fe-maleness from My Personal Experience For much of my life, I was what I would describe as a masculine female. While I considered myself Christian, I was a scientific materialist, both personally and professionally...

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Rhonda Pfaltzgraff-Carlson is a member of Community Meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is currently following a leading that calls Friends to “name the spiritual condition of the world.”

Posted in: Features, February 2014

2 Responses to Growing into the Likeness of a Fe-male God

  1. tonya thames taylor February 5, 2014 at 3:44 pm #

    City & State
    East Fallowfield, PA
    Peace and Progress! Thank you for sharing your journey inward. In a society that admonishes us for trusting ourselves and that encourages us to trust consumerism and untested logic, I applaud your openness. You have jettison the prevailing societal value to show-and-tell our growth through ostentatious consumerism and outward approval of what is popular. Truly, in the Quaker way, you have let The Inner Light guide and provide revelation. The layered complexity of our being, and that of The Creator of us all, gives us all a lifetime of wonderful journeys, if we embrace the task. In this article, you have taken the task by the reigns and been enlightened and well as enlightened folks like me.

  2. Rhonda Pfaltzgraff-Carlson February 5, 2014 at 10:50 pm #

    City & State
    Cincinnati, OH
    Thank you. I’m wondering if you might also have a story to tell.

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