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How Quaker meetings take decisions

Society of Friends, October 2006


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Resource information:
Resource IDquakers2006
Resource titleHow Quaker meetings take decisions
Author(s)Quaker Communication
Publication/ sourceSociety of Friends
Date publishedOctober 2006
Summary text/ abstractAs in any meeting for worship, your primary role is to listen respectfully to others and to 'the promptings of love and truth in your heart'. Even if you disagree strongly with another contribution, listen patiently to each to learn what you can, trusting that you will be heard in the same spirit. It is helpful if you prepare beforehand, read the papers and reflect prayerfully on the business, but remember that responsibility for the outcome belongs to the meeting as a whole, not to any individual.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest, Peace, Simplicity
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