This section offers a selection of reflective articles written by Quakers in Kent, and with some bearing on their spiritual beliefs. The thoughts, opinions and views expressed in each article are those of the writer, and do not purport to be the opinions of The Religious Society of Friends, its Meetings, or even of any other Quakers. They are intended to be thought-provoking but not gratuitously provocative. They are not intended to be offensive, although there is no guarantee that some of what is written won’t offend. The articles are offered in the spirit of ‘searching for the light’. The articles are visible to anyone who visits this website.
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