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Peak Oil

A few months ago, I gave a presentation at Alfred University about the global energy crisis. Before I began, I [鈥

Matthew Corson-Finnerty is a member of Germantown (Pa.) Meeting, currently attending Old Chatham (N.Y.) Meeting. He recently graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Alfred University in Western N.Y. He is currently living and working in a Quaker Intentional Village in Canaan, N.Y. To learn more about the village, please visit its website http://www.qivp.org. To learn more about Matthew's work, please visit his blog http://www.worldofless.blogspot.com.

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Providing a Warm Welcome

My husband, Adam, and I were blessed to serve as co鈥恉irectors of Powell House, New York Yearly Meeting鈥檚 retreat and [鈥

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Seeking Guidance

Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents and harmless [鈥

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Gaining a New Perspective

This past Christmas, my younger son, Matthew, traveled to Ecuador to enjoy visiting a Latin American country and to celebrate [鈥

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Let Us Be Peace

One needn鈥檛 have an appreciation of the esoteric or a feeling for energy fields to perceive the palpable present anguish [鈥

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Let Love Be Our Guide

At my house, we鈥檙e coming to the end of a long season of college application essays and other tasks related [鈥

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The Ripple Effect of Everyday Goodness

July is a month when things slow down (at least in theory!), kids are on vacation, and families may choose [鈥

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