]23:23. 23:23 of QF&P. This short passage of Quaker Faith and Practice says
so much about the nature of home in our contemporary society. It’s radical
demand that we confront our daily collaboration with housing injustice. It’s
extremely challenging comparison of structures of housing inequality with
the ultimate system of oppression: slavery. It’s frank honesty that the struggle
against inequality will be one of pain and sacriice, as well as joy and
empowerment. Yet, more than this, the true force of 23:23 is that it offers a
discernment on “home” that goes beyond bricks and mortar. A meaning of
home in which the personal merges with the political, the spiritual with the
social, and the desire for the transcendent with the need for transformation.
It is this, an inherently more elastic, but still deeply personal understanding
of home which we hope to explore further in the pages of this issue of The
In this issue:
- Pointing the way home- How relationships make and break a Spiritual home
- On creating a home- a personal struggle of making home in a changing world
- I did not choose my birthplace- A Friend & refugee from Iran reflects on what he understands as home.
- Finding home in Quakers- Finding sanctuary in Quaker meeting.
- Home, university and grief- experiencing deeply family grief for the first time at university.
- Finding Home- Several Young Quakers share their different meanings of finding home as Friends
- Britain Yearly Meeting 2018- A reports on the major decisions made by Britain Yearly
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