Review by Steve Whiting
I love our Quaker phrase ‘that of God’. It’s small and beautiful, and knows its limits. It gestures towards something beyond words. We use it as currency for the inexpressible yet collectively understood. We often think of it in terms of seeing it in another individual, but what does ‘that of God’ look like in the wider human world? I see it in the acts of love, compassion, sacrifice, courage, fortitude and strength that people do to make the world a better place. I hear about them in stories.
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