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A Day of Waiting

FJ Poetry: “Holy Saturday waits / Like a patch of dirt in the lawn / Nothing happening / But shoots, then […]

Geoff Knowlton lives in Princeton, Mass.


Posted in: Healing, Poetry
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The Art of Dying and the Afterlife: August Full Issue Access

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Posted in: The Art of Dying
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Beauty; Beauty Everywhere

The sound of machines, monitors, and people in the hallway evaporated; it felt like being in meeting for worship when […]

Geoff Knowlton grew up Quaker and was later ordained in the United Church of Christ. He returned to the Friends and joined Worcester (Mass.) Meeting. He worked for a small hospice in New Hampshire and is currently a psychotherapist specializing in trauma and attachment-related disorders.


Posted in: Online Features, The Art of Dying
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Death of a Patient

FJ Poetry: “I heard the news on a snowy day…”

Geoff Knowlton lives in Princeton, Mass.


Posted in: AFSC Centennial, Poetry
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Living in Right Relationship: How Does Spirit Call Us?

Wings of Joy Since I was a child, I have found immense and unending joy in this miraculous creation that […]

Hollister Knowlton, a member of Chestnut Hill Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., is clerk of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting's Earthcare Working Group, a member of the Policy Committee of Friends Committee for National Legislation, and immediate past clerk of Quaker Earthcare Witness.


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AFSC’s Centennial: April full issue access

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Posted in: 2017
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