working out thoughts

its hard for me to generate concise thoughts for the entries I am doing on It even kept me up last night thinking about what will I write about, what’s most important to do said what can be held off. I also know it is not my platform, this is my blog is where I can write for myself and let others read what I am thinking, there on Barclay there must be some editing, there needs to be a devotional tone to things, along with words that encourage all peoples from all kinds of backgrounds. This is of course a wonderful exercise for me and anyone else to participate in. I am hoping to do a good job so that people will want to continue to engage with me, but also we are all challenged to think for a moment, reflect on the goodness of God, I also want to be invited back. Also note my second Dylan allusion in tuesday’s entry.

Published by Wess Daniels

Teacher, author, Quaker, ​and public theologian. Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies at Guilford College.

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