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Beloved Community

February 20, 2018 At a gathering this past weekend, we reflected on what the term “beloved community” means to us.  To all those present, the term is part of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vocabulary and legacy.  But is King the … Continue reading

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Who, Me?

January 18, 2016 It is Martin Luther King Day and I am thinking about how difficult it is to know our own worst capabilities. I’ve been thinking about an experience in the 1980s. I was living near a Quaker day … 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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