Our "Reflect" series revisits Festival of Faiths catalogs in search of insight, wisdom and inspiration. For this installment, we look to the Dalai Lama's remarks on global compassion.
"All the perfections of created things are also in God; and therefore He is at once Father and Mother."
Pope Francis: Our response to violence and hatred 'must instead be one of hope and healing, of peace and justice'
"In a real prayer, you ask only for the things you really need, things that are necessary for your well-being, such as peace, solidity, and freedom—freedom from anger, fear and craving."
Often referred to as "The Black National Anthem," Lift Every Voice and Sing was a hymn written as a poem by NAACP leader James Weldon Johnson in 1900.
The Center for Interfaith Relations is revisiting Festival of Faiths catalogues in search of insight, wisdom and inspiration. Our hope is that these written words will spur meaningful reflection and serve as a beacon of hope amid challenging times.
"How foolish it is, how terrible, if you have not found your Island of Peace within your own soul! It means that you are living without the discovery of your true home."
CIR is revisiting Festival of Faiths catalogues in search of insight, wisdom and inspiration. Our hope is that these written words will spur meaningful reflection amid challenging times.
"May I be peaceful, happy and light in body and spirit. May he/she be peaceful, happy, and light in body in spirit. May they be peaceful, happy, and light in body in spirit."