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That ought to be required viewing all over America!!!
I saw that on Olbermann and it did make me feel good for both of these men to step out that way. The Islamic leader could face danger for what he did too but it shows that in any religion, everybody is not the same.
Judy: Indeed!!!!!!!! Rain: It took a lot of courage for them to do it and yes, they both could be in danger from nut jobs on BOTH sides. I pray for both of them.
Now that's a very hearwarming thing to see Kay...I hope as many people as possible see that video.
A lot of "Intefaith" stuff goes on here too, but is what's "REAL" the same thing as what's nice, or is it simply what's commonplace?
Joy: I agree wholeheartedly.Snow: Your point is well taken. I'm an interfaith kind of gal having grown up in a home with a R.C. mom and a Methodist dad. I profess to be a Catholic but I'm comfortable in just about ANY house of worship and I respect the right not to worship as well. I just think that after all the Qu'ran burning you-know-what it was so very nice to see something so positive that flies in the face of the nastiness of the past week.
This is very heartwarming. Yesterday one of the local Presbyterian churches had a reading of the Koran on the day the Fl pastor was going to burn it. The paper said it was a great experience and everyone learned a lot.
Oh my gosh, Kay...Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing this. It's restoring my faith in people and giving me some hope. I was feeling pretty depressed about religion after seeing all that in the news. You've shown me now what it should be like and what it looks like in Memphis.So beautiful...I can go to bed now feeling a bit more peaceful.
The fringe elements and nut cases always garner the headlines in today's media. I wish that weren't so.
Yeah, there's been some interfaith activities going on out here, too, Has increased some recently, but began several years ago when a Muslim school converted a popular bowling alley/restaurant, then a half block up the street built a mosque, minaret and all.
Absolutely wonderful thanks for sharing with us Kay!I like the new colors too, just so you know. :)
thanks Kay---we don't get that programme, but I admire the clips I've seen so far...
We are having a better day, thanks.
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