Thursday, March 5, 2009

Announcing NEW Interfaith eLerts

Interfaith eLerts - a cross-cultural celebration of sacred days and religious observances . . . in your inbox!

Understanding is the key to global harmony. And knowledge is the key to understanding. A FREE subscription to “Interfaith eLerts” brings you a series of emails which arrive just before, and briefly explain the significance of, each of the world’s primary holy days. (Included are observances from the Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Confucian, Daoist, Hindu, Islamic, Jain, Jewish, Native American, Shinto, Sikh, and Zoroastrian traditions.)

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Shalom Salaam Peace

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Roger Simon said...

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Dawtch said...

Is Wiccan not a valid faith/belief system? I was excited to see this blog - for about 2 seconds - that's as long as it took to find paganism once again excluded...
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Dave Corby said...

Hi Dawtch, Sometimes it takes more than 2 seconds to get to know the basics about an organization. In my mind, Wiccan is without question a valid faith/belief system. I invite you to visit our website and take a look around - you'll find a number of places where Neopagans are specifically mentioned/included (Interfaith eLerts is an example which comes to mind). We have a number of Common Tables members who have identified themselves as being Wiccan, Neopagan, Pagan. Without exception each is a valued member of their Table. Thanks for your comment! Dave

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Obsidian Eagle (ItzQuauhtli) said...

Dave: I appreciate your mention regarding the inclusion of Neopagans et al.

Dawtch: Why so eager to be categorized and put into a box anyway? Personally, I believe strongly in next-wave "designer" faith. Thus, you can call me a Quasi-Buddhistic Neo-Nagualist with Polytheistic Pagan overtones.

I certainly have no expectation of any group catering to that specific set of affiliations. The individual should prove fluid, where the organization cannot.

Namaste!

Tamara G. Suttle, M.Ed., LPC said...

Where have you gone?!! Common Tables is such a lovely idea!

Please resume posting!