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Understanding Each Other

By Remy Benoit

   Two of the world's religions celebrate their Holy Days this month.
   If we are to gain understanding of each other so we may learn cooperation and compassion we must learn of each other and dispel the myths of history.

   For the Jewish people, Yom Kippur starts this evening. To understand the Holy Day, please visit: Yom Kippur. The traditional greeting is May you be well recorded in the Book.

   To learn about the esoteric teachings of Jewish mysticism that are now being graciously shared with the world, please visit: Kabbalah.

   The Moslems will be celebrating at the end of the month the Holy Days of Ramadan. For an understanding of Ramadan, please visit: Ramadan.The traditional greeting is Ramadan Mubarak.

   Any dream we can dream, we can realize, if we learn to act rather than to re-act. Understanding each other, cooperation, and compassion are dreams that can be realized.



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