David Cadman is a Quaker writer and a Harmony Professor of Practice at the University of Wales Trinity Saint. He has held a number of professorial chairs, fellowships and visiting professorships, both in the UK and America. He is a Fellow of the Temenos Academy. He was formerly Chairman of the Prince’s Foundation and a Trustee of The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts. He is presently Harmony Advisor to The Prince’s Foundation. He was the co-editor (and later editor) of Speeches and Articles 1968-2017 (University of Wales Press, 2015 and 2019), a collection of the speeches and writings of HRH The Prince of Wales. He was the co-editor of Why Love Matters (Peter Lang, 2016) and of Peacefulness (Spirit of Humanity Press, 2017) and is the author Love and Divine Feminine (to be published by Panacea Books, 2020). His work can be found at https://davidcadmanatwork.com . Under his pen name, William Blyghton, he is the author of The Suffolk Trilogy, which comprises The House by the Marsh, Abraham Soar and Noah: An Old Fool (Panacea Books, 2017, 2018 and 2019) and Finding Elsewhere, a collection of stories for our time (Panacea Books, 2018). Mary’s Story: A Kind of Knowing will be published by Panacea Books in 2020.