Chapter 13 » 13.03

Concern: faith in action

The Quaker understanding of concern

There is a feeling of being right or fitting associated with the experience of concern:

There was from the early stages of our discussion a strong sense of the ‘rightness’ of what we were talking about. The ideas flowed freely, and although we were not conscious of it at the time, we would say now that we were clearly working under guidance.

Barry and Jill Wilsher, writing about the origins in 1978 of the Quaker Peace Action Caravan.

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