More than a Diagnosis

On the course of our spiritual and life journeys, we are sometimes asked to travel a path we would not ordinarily or voluntarily choose if we knew what was going to be asked of us. This path changes us deeply, emotionally, mentally, sometimes physically, and most certainly spiritually. It is one that we can only travel by faith, because everything we have learned up to this point can🔒

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Pam Melick came to Quakerism in 2000 and is a long-time attender. She currently attends both Detroit and Birmingham Meetings in Michigan.

Posted in: Features, May 2014: Mental Health and Wellness
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