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What is Quaker about our commitment to sustainability? Laurie Michaelis considers this question in a collection of thoughtful and reflective essays that explore his personal response to one of the major concerns of our time. His writing engages powerfully with two threads of his life that have increasingly come together in the personal witness of many Friends in Britain today: spiritually and sustainability. At the heart of the book is an enduring challenge to Friends: ‘What canst thou say?’
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