|Our assumptions are the basis on which we live. Our assumptions are the foundations upon which we build our lives. And they can be wrong.
One of our most fundamental assumptions has been that it makes sense to divide ourselves on the basis of “right belief.” But if that assumption is wrong, and I believe it is, then we must act. We must change.
In a world of concentrated wealth and power, a world so easily motivated by hate, it is already hard enough for those who would find meaning in social justice to succeed. We should not place additional roadblocks in our path. We need to challenge our comfort levels, and we need to come together, worship together, learn to understand each other. And this is possible? Yes.
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Whatever your spiritual path, chances are that the primary tenets of your faith include universal love, acceptance, and compassion. The Interfaith Alternative illuminates the path to creating a nurturing spiritual community that honors and includes all religious languages. In doing so, it demonstrates that through coming together in a mutually supportive environment we can concentrate on our shared desire to remake the world into a compassionate, loving place.
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