Published: Oct. 9, 2020
Join us in our “Exploring Quaker Writings” series of conversations.
We read a text out loud together and follow that with worship/sharing.
Our next session will explore:
At no time in living memory has truthfulness been under attack more than it is now. Rumor, innuendo, conspiracy, and falsehood are now substituted for facts on a regular basis. What does it mean to be truthful? The call for integrity in daily life lies at the heart of Quakerism. It reflects Friends' devotion to truth, honesty, authenticity, and wholeness. The Testimony of Integrity undergirds all the Quaker testimonies and is a guiding principle for daily living. The world is hungry for this commitment to personal and corporate expressions of truth. We are called to be both "discerners of truth" and "does of truth" in fulfilling a life of sacred obedience. Join us for reading and worship-sharing on this fundamental principle of moral living.
The text will also be shared online during the session.
from Jerry L McBride, Palo Alto Friends Meeting, (10/9/2020)