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Posted by  Savana Hiwaizi on January 10, 2004 at 15:11:26:

In Reply to:  Interfaith Competition posted by SaSoDe on December 17, 2003 at 06:37:48:

I have been working on this competition too,I agree with you that it is really impossible to put all the religions together to create an interfaith space, especially if you start focussing on the materialism of each religion (symbols, ritual performance etc), I guess it will be an impossibility for most of the
world population regardless of what their practiced faiths to agree due to many sociological and political reasons.

However there is this minority who might want to know more and have open minds, and also there are the new generations who need the correct education of thought, so I wonder if such a centre can help open doors in the future by presenting what really matters.

I have thought about this for a long time and concluded that it will be an impossible task to bring all the different faiths to practice their rituals in one place, but I think it should be a place where these faiths are reintroduced to the race of human beings who have evolved through the years to be more intelligent and base their knowledge on reason.

The essence of all religions should be brought to surface, the practice of ethics and unity of human beings. If there is a time that the human race needs to feel united, this time is now.

 
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