Practical guidance to preliminary discipline, aspects of prayer, contemplation, intercession, and prayer in everyday life.
About the Author(s)
Frederick Tritton (1887-1968) was born in Twifford on Berkshire in Great Britain. His father worked in the railways. He put himself through school. In 1914, he began working for the Friends Service Counsel, a British organization that provided the model for the American Friends Service Committee. Friends who knew him through this work remembered him for his modesty, simplicity, and quiet sincerity. He was also remembered as the British Friend with the deepest understanding of Quakerism on the European continent. His own religious life led him to help organize the first retreats among British Friends that centered on prayer and meditation.
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