by Jnana Hodson
I’ve been trying to avoid one nagging question: How does your faith make you a different person? How has it changed your life? Followed by: How do others perceive this?
The old Quaker testimonies presented faith as a matter of the way we live. Our “sufferings” for our beliefs. (It matters THAT much!) The days when Friends lived “under discipline” – language and clothing as outward expressions – remaining inescapable.
So what about today? How does being Quaker (or whatever your faith) make you not just different, but a better person than you would have otherwise been?
For more of my reflections, click here.