Prays Well With Others

Here is a sweet little graphic that has been making the rounds on Facebook. I actually copied this image off a fundamentalist Christian website that is hostile to interspirituality, sad to say. I thought it deserved a friendlier home, so I’m reposting it here. I couldn’t find where it originates — if anyone knows, please drop me a line or leave a comment here, so I can give credit where credit is due.

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About Carl McColman

Author of Befriending Silence, The Big Book of Christian Mysticism, Answering the Contemplative Call, and other books. Retreat leader. Speaker. Professed Lay Cistercian.

  • http://10stepstofindingyourhappyplace.blogspot.com/ Galen Pearl

    Carl, I found your site looking for more information about this graphic, which someone passed on to me today. I don’t know where it came from, but I like it! I’m embarrassed to say that I don’t recognize all the symbols. Do you know what they each represent? Glad I found your blog!

    • Carl McColman

      L-R: Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Sikhism, Hinduism, Islam.

  • http://www.seniorcitizenjournal.com Sharon Elrod

    Carl, this graphic is actually trademarked by The Fountains, a United Methodist Church in Fountain Hills, Arizona… http://www.thefountainsumc.org.

    • Carl McColman

      Thanks for letting me know. I’ll follow up with them about permission to use (and if not granted, I’ll be removing this post).


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