Quaker Faith and Practice

If you were to ask ten Quakers to explain to whom they were listening and speaking in the silence, and just what was their idea of God, I doubt very much whether you would get two identical answers… The fact is, that when we try to explain, even to ourselves, what we mean by God, ordinary words fail us… To many people throughout history, God has been intensely real because they have found that they can experience communion with God.
Kathleen Lonsdale, Deeper mysteries than life, 1962

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