[Wallingford, Pa., 1946?]
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This sweet and wise pamphlet is about how to build the bonds of true meeting fellowship in and through God. These bonds depend on a fresh spiritual life in each of us, and on us each holding a circle of meeting Friends repeatedly in the Light, and finding and giving our own gift in the meeting. This is a sound and needed message, to which the reader must persevere through the very dated context of women's roles in 1949.
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