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Nat’l Day of Prayer in Delray: ‘One Nation, Under God, Indivisible, Celebrating Our Unity In Diversity’

May 13th · No Comments · Bahai's, Buddhist, Christian, Delray Beach Interfaith Clergy Association, Hindu, Interfaith, Jewish

The Rev. Waymon T. Dixon, co-president (along with the Rev. Kathleen Gannon) of the Delray Beach Interfaith Clergy Association, in which I participate, has posted on his Facebook page more photos from this year’s heart-warming National Day of Prayer Observance and reception May 6 at the Duncan Conference Center. Kudos to the Rev. Joanna Thompson Gabriel, […]

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1st UU Congregation hosts “The End — Or Is It?”

April 23rd · 1 Comment · Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Unitarian Universalist

On the subject of death and dying from the perspective of various faith traditions, I expected to learn a lot, and I did, from my fellow panelists and other participants in the excellent March 25 program, “The End — Or Is It?” Am just getting around to sharing this link to dozens of my wife’s photos […]

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@ 1st UU we all entertain: ‘The End…Or Is It?’

March 19th · No Comments · Buddhist, Christian, Islam, Jewish, Unitarian Universalist

Here’s a link is to a brochure that includes details regarding the interfaith panel on death and dying (“The End…Or Is Is?”) on which I have been invited to participate March 25 at the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palm Beaches. Even more than sharing from a Muslim perspective, I hope to learn a lot […]

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Diary of a Buddhist…more unity from the Focolare

January 14th · No Comments · Buddhist, Chiara Lubich, Christian, Focolare

My Dear Friend Mercedes, of the worldwide Christian movement the Focolare, shared this “Diary of a Buddhist” item. I am compelled to do the same. Folks constantly hear me expressing gratitude for the Focolare, for their late foundress Chiara Lubich, and for their Spirituality of Unity. The item below, from a Focolare Asia Tour blog, may again show why […]

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