I LOVED yesterday’s affirmation from Louise Hay and Hay House Publications:
We ARE all one big family on this incredible Earth.
And I saw a beautiful demonstration of that oneness at yesterday’s Tri-Faith Service here in Savannah at Congregation Mickve Israel on beautiful Monterey Square (Mikve Israel, by the way, is the nation’s third oldest Jewish congregation).
Here’s a blurb about the service:
“An Imam, A Minister & A Rabbi Come to Services
Saturday, November 22 at 11am
Join us for our annual Tri-faith Service. Three clergy members from different faiths will first deliver sermonettes during Saturday morning services and then lead an interfaith discussion-program extravaganza after lunch from 1:00-2:30pm. Join us as Imam Majid Ali of the Masjid Jihad Mosque, Reverend Billy Hestor from Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church and Rabbi Haas team up for a little inspiration and fun. The more we learn from one another, the more understanding we foster in the world.”
Rev. Billy is my pastor, so I went to support him but ended up with a much greater understanding of how we are all working toward the same goal: global well-being and individual joy … because of our gracious God.
“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
— I Corinthians 13: 13
May we cast aside judgment .. and instead offer LOVE.