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Three Ravens and two Widows: A Perspective on Controversy Among Friends

Three Ravens and two Widows: A Perspective on Controversy Among Friends

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This essay is an intimate portrait of two women whose very different lives and characters were faithful responses to the challenges of loss, responsibility, love, and difficulty at different times and places in Quaker history. The author's mother, Lael Macy, and his grandmother, Madora Kersey, "sang" the same ballad of love and pain in very different lyrics. Using the metaphor of the ancient ballad, "The Three Ravens," Richard Kelly invites us to explore how history and family traditions may limit our understanding of Truth or give us the strength and vision to see new possibilities in times when disagreements trouble our communities.


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