Does it have to be excruciating?
In fact, good Quaker process is very effective: it achieves the goal of uniting a community and committing them to right action.
And done well, it is very efficient, in that resources aren’t wasted on trying to jolly along the disgruntled minority after you thought you’d come to a decision.
Is it always fast? No.
And it can be derailed or detoured unnecessarily. But then, that isn’t good process, is it?
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