Edited by Michael Resman. What Canst Thou Say?, 2017. 172 pages. $9.95/paperback. Immersed in Prayer: Stories from Lives of Prayer […]
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Judith Favor is grateful she grew up in Oregon. Her mystical soul was formed in fluid moments of unity with Holy Mystery, countless immersions in rainstorms and puddles, streams, rivers, lakes and oceans.
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A brief glimpse of eternity inspires a search for understanding.
Michael Resman is a member of Rochester (Minn.) Meeting and an editor for What Canst Thou Say? His books include A Contemporary Mysticism.
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Reviewed books: Bad Apple: A Tale of Friendship, by Edward Hemingway; Good People Everywhere, by Lynea Gillen, illustrated by Kristina […]
By Michael Resman. Zumbro River Press, 2015. 282 pages. $14.95/paperback; $3.49/eBook. It can be lonely on the spiritual path if […]
Several months ago, my spiritual path led me to an operating table where I donated a kidney to a recipient […]
Michael Resman is a member of the Rochester (Minn.) Meeting. He donated a kidney during the summer of 2004.
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Our introduction to the August issue on The Art of Dying and the Afterlife.
Martin Kelley is senior editor of Friends Journal. Email: [email protected]friendsjournal.org
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