Author: Kabir Helminski. Review by Angela Greenwood
Over the years I have heard a number of Quakers comment that, while we are passionate about valuing and sharing silence, there is little substantial teaching on how to use and go deeply into it. There are of course various ‘enlightened’ spiritual teachers around, ancient and modern, who offer teaching and guided meditations on this. But, like other Quakers, while I appreciate our Quaker openness to Truth, I also value our lack of a proscribed creed and practice. It is perhaps however The Most Important Thing1, this quest for Truth.
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