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Love Cannot Be Overwhelmed

Photo by Rob Deutscher (Flickr/bobarc, CC BY 2.0) As Quakers, we participate in a free state of universal community. That community, some of us feel, is now immersed in a dark sea of predation that includes people who do not seem to realize that unchecked predation must ultimately consume itself. For those people who would live by generosity of🔒

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Michael Lane lives in Burlington, N.J.


Posted in: Reimagining the Quaker Ecosystem, Viewpoint

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