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Not Another Holiday Letter

2004 was an unusual year. I wrote a Christmas letter on time. After a year’s hiatus from writing a Christmas […]

Sean Crane is a Father, and freelance writer. He plays Harmonica and Trombone. Sean also does building renovation planning for The Media Fellowship House in Media PA and Quaker House in Fayetteville NC, both non profits with Quaker Origins. Sean is a member of Media Monthly Meeting attending Providence Monthly Meeting in Media PA.

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Hard‐Wired for Hope

The war between Palestinians and Israelis continues with no end in sight. The combatants behave almost as if they have […]

Earl Whitted, an attender at Brooklyn (N.Y.) Meeting, writes that he is "a former Army paratrooper who has learned that it is better to teach peace than to make war."

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Singing among FGC Friends

Quaker disciplines in the mid‐19th century criticized instrumental and choral music as frivolous, “worldly” recreation that led Friends away from […]

Peter Blood-Patterson teaches Bible and Quakerism at Westtown School. He and his wife Anne have traveled extensively in the ministry under a concern for the movement of the spirit through music under minutes from Middletown Meeting in Lima, Pennsylvania. © 2002 Peter Blood

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The Friendly Gangstaz Committee

Ladies and Gentlemen, brothers and sisters, Quakaz and Gangstaz: You are witnessing a revolution in the Religious Society of Friends. […]

Asa Fager, a member of Langley Hill (Va.) Meeting, is a freshman at Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C.

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You Are My Sunshine

You Are My Sunshine”—we belt it out every Thursday evening, along with “The Sidewalks of New York,” “A Bicycle Built […]

Yvonne Boeger, a member of Kennett (Pa.) Meeting, is a retired teacher and psychotherapist.

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Music and the Spirit of Creativity

My musical saga began at the age of ten. I had heard and was moved by music all my life, […]

Jim Dragoni, a member of Green Street Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., is a guitarist, composer, and multimedia producer. He has written film music, electronic music, guitar music, and poetry. His work can be found at http://www.emusictime.com. © 2002 Jim Dragoni

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