Have you seen the one we made in partnership with Friends General Conference? Several Quakers share their thoughts on preserving a loving spiritual community in the midst of profound political discord.
“It has a great deal to do with . . . recognizing that interconnectedness isn’t just about people we agree with because our understanding of who we are doesn’t work by just looking in the mirror; it works far better by being able to see multiple different aspects of ourselves in other people and of other people’s way of reflecting Spirit.”
—Jean-Marie Barch, member of Schuylkill Meeting in Phoenixville, Pa.
A project of Friends Journal.
Produced by Rebecca Hamilton-Levi.
In partnership with Friends General Conference