Forum: May 2015

Watering down integrity While I share Richard House’s desire to see to the core of people and value their humanity (or see “that of God in them” as is said in the Quaker community), I fear that the idea of “not judging people” will get translated into a watering down of the tradition’s emphasis on living with integrity (“Quaker Points Game,” FJ Nov. 2014). If you are asking me to not judge someone for driving a fancy car, does that mean I shouldn’t feeling anger and grief about that choice? That is a decision that has real impacts🔒

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