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What to Make of Trump’s Election

November 9, 2016 A friend writes this morning  “just wondering what your Quaker Friends are saying after this election?  I write her back: Well I’m wondering, too, what Quakers make of it and wondering even more what I make of … Continue reading

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The Insufficiency of Good Intentions

October 23, 2015 [Message I gave at a meeting for worship at a meeting of the Quaker United Nations Committee (New York), of which I am a member.] ‘Good intentions’ are on my mind today for several reasons. One is … Continue reading

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Constraints on Leadership: Missions, Roles and Values

April 3, 2014 “We must not suppose that those in authority are unaware …, but we must recognize that their liberty of action is often circumscribed by the nature of their office: the powerful are not necessarily free.” That quotation … Continue reading

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