Listening as Quaker Practice

Author: James McCarthy
Publisher: Kindlers
Listening is integral to Quakerism. Whether in Meting for Worship, conversing one to one, making decisions in community, or discerning wht action is right for us, we need to listen to spirit, to the still, small voice within.
ISBN: 9781800498723
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Product description

This booklet examines experiences of good listening in worhsip and daily life, and looks at the implications of listening better. there is an extensive guide to activies to individuals and groups, and a selection of Quaker accounts of good listening. How wonderful it would be if we could all listen better!

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