The Whole Community

KHyardsale-4

I haven't been writing all that much here lately, partly because life happens and partly because much of what I had to say was beginning to take a negative tone. I don't like to dwell on the negative because it's important to me to put things that are beautiful and positive out into the world. Being critical and bitter is easy; being genuinely positive is much harder. As our May activity, Women of Faith helped put together a yard sale to benefit Kymari House, a local non-profit that … [Read more...]

Iftar

mosqueopening

My daughters and I had the privilege of being invited twice to Iftar at the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro (ICM). We had a great time and the food, as always, was superb. The thing that struck me the most about attending is the way we, as guests, were treated. Everyone, and I mean everyone, was generous, courteous, kind, polite, and hospitable. This was Southern hospitality at its best. Or, at least, this is what Southern hospitality should look like. Guests were rushed to the front of the line, … [Read more...]

Through the Brambles

alg-tenn-mosque-jpg

I've written before on my Making Light blog about our local Women of Faith group here in Rutherford County, Tennessee, but I wanted to write a little bit about why and how I got into doing interfaith work. Now, I'm not what you might call a big-nosed-Pagan and what we're doing is not on the level of the big interfaith meetings that people like His Holiness the Dalai Lama attends. We're little and we're new, but our work does what those big meetings can't do. We reach people and congregations on … [Read more...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X