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Living Adventurously

Author: David Brown & Rosemary Brown
Pub Date: 01/01/2019
Publisher: Kindlers
To live adventurously is to take a leap into our personal unknown. The riches we discover will depend upon the risk and depth of the exploration we have dared. Inevitably there is uncertainty; too much discernment stifles the Spirit.
ISBN: 9780993362750
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To live adventurously is to take a leap into our personal unknown. The riches we discover will depend upon the risk and depth of the exploration we have dared. Inevitably there is uncertainty; too much discernment stifles the Spirit. Quakers are exhorted to live adventurously. Thouse Friends who have seizes this challenge have let they lives speack. They have been instrumental both in evolving a radical new form of worship that enriches our inner life, as well as bringing change to the world in they worl for social reform and peace making.
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