Thursday, May 15, 2008

Quaker Counsell

Social responsibility FAITH AND ACTION 23.01 Remember your responsibility as citizens for the government of your town and country, and do not shirk the effort and time this may demand. Do not be content to accept things as they are, but keep an alert and questioning mind. Seek to discover the causes of social unrest, injustice and fear; try to discern the new growing-points in social and economic life. Work for an order of society which will allow men and women to develop their capacities and will foster their desire to serve. Advices, 1964
Taken from Faith and Practice, browsable here

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