The 2019 QUG Conference on Forgiveness inspired these personal thoughts. 1 My take on forgiveness: Still in my teens, I heard the expression “Tout savoir c’est tout pardonner”, “To know all is to forgive all”. I knew this was true about me — I had mild Aspergers and my mind worked differently, and my actions…Continue reading Three personal conference thoughts on forgiveness
There are a few places left for the QUG 2019 Annual Conference: FORGIVENESS – Why forgive? Friday May 10th (6 p.m.) – Sunday May 12th (2 p.m.) at the Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, 1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham, B29 6LJ If you are considering attending please send in your application now. Here are the details of…Continue reading Last call for the QUG Conference – ‘Forgiveness – Why Forgive?’
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The QUG nesletter for January 2019 is now available on the QUG website here with information about people, events and publications related to QUG activities.
The QUG Conference 2019 ‘FORGIVENESS – Why forgive?’ will take place on Friday May 10th (6 p.m.) – Sunday May 12th (2 p.m.) at the Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, 1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham, B29 6LJ. For details of the speakers at the conference and links to the booking form please see here QUG is now taking…Continue reading QUG Conference 2019 ‘FORGIVENESS – Why forgive?’ – Book your place…
The QUG website has been extensively reworked to modernise its look and to simplify navigation. All the material from the old site is still available – if you can’t find what you are looking for try the Search. Please let us know what you think – any problems found or suggestions for improvement. Thanks and…Continue reading QUG Website Updated
The QUG website has become progressively old fashioned and cumbersome to maintain. So time for a change! This website is a proposal for a new format, that is hopefully easier to read, more interesting and helpful for new visitors to the site to find unexpected treasures therein! The concept is intended to be more informal…Continue reading The QUG website facelift