As this article deals with small, poetic alterations to an English original, we have decided not to translate it. However, if you would like some help with understanding the text, please contact the editorial team. We’re all very friendly and one of us is a (now qualified!) English-As-A-Foreign-Language Teacher who loves explaining things to people. … More Three New Versions Of A Hundred-Year-Old Quaker Poem
Today we are releasing one of the creative testimonials from the last autumn gathering. It was drawn by Noah. His question was: What is part of a Quaker household / home? … More Mind Map of a Quaker home │ Mind Map über ein Quäker Zuhause
German below Today, we share another contribution from the EMEYF gathering in last Autumn. This limerick was written by Marcie Winstanley. Her prompt was: “What does the Soul look like?” There was a dove from everywhere To remind us that someone else cares As humans we know When we let our love show It’s from … More A Limerick | ein Limerick
Listen to the song about the EMEYF Spring Gathering in Russia in May 2019. written & sung by Kirsten (feat. Eleanor) German Yearly Meeting
skjønnhet schoonheid Schönheit unendelige skog oneindig woud unëndlicher Wald høstens drakt herfst kostuum Herbst Kostüm havet zee Meer dønning duinen Schwellen og en und fjellet rots Felsen stille makt stille kacht stille Kraft From/ uit/ aus: Willy and Penn no. 2, 1992.
This poem is up at my parents’ house, and it always makes me smile with its humour and grounded perspective on life. 🙂 … More Seventeenth Century Nun’s Prayer
Love from EMEYF Spring Gathering! We hope you are all enjoying a relaxing and inspiring Easter weekend!
This poem was contributed by Kirsten Stuhr … More Something to start the day with