Guest Blog Posts

 

The Team of Everybody (Project Interfaith)
"Whenever we label someone, be that label American, Hindu or Republican, we must realize that no one word can encompass somebody’s identity in its entirety. There are many things that make up who we are and there is no set definition for what makes someone an [insert label here]."

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On Faith and Values (Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs)
"My morals and values should not be invalidated simply because they do not come from a faith or religious tradition, and neither should the morals and values of anyone else. I desire to create and live in a nation where all people are equally valued, included and protected regardless of their religion or belief system. Faith or no faith, no one should be excluded or belittled simply because of their beliefs."

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"You've Gotta Thank the Lord, Right?" (Project Interfaith)
"I loved this awkward TV news moment because it spoke to something much deeper than just Wolf Blitzer assuming this woman was a Christian.  It speaks to every time someone unknowingly wishes a stranger “Merry Christmas,” or asks them what they are doing for Easter without the possibility even entering their mind that this person might be of a different faith or belief system."

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"Won't Somebody Please Think of the Children? (Project Interfaith)
 "“A Catholic and an atheist walk into a bar . . . and fall in love.”  Okay, cheesy, I know.  And only half-true (there was no bar involved).  But I am an atheist in a serious relationship with a pretty serious Catholic.  And sometimes that’s not easy."

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Knowledge is Power (Project Interfaith)
"Intolerance and misunderstanding is rising globally. People are afraid of their neighbors because they simply do not know enough about them to understand their differences. By connecting community members with credible resources and objective information, Project Interfaith helps to create a better-functioning society and world."

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