This false need to build walls that divide . . . to marginalize and penalize souls on the basis of religion, ethnicity, culture, language, and socio-economic status creates a world that is spiritually, emotionally, and psychologically toxic. When we marginalize and penalize a soul or a group of souls, we are also marginalizing and penalizing a part of ourselves. We are denying our own uniqueness. How is it so? Because each soul is connected to another soul.
It is about building bridges of understanding, affirming our “connectedness” to one another, celebrating and embracing diversity, creating a world that is spiritually, emotionally, and psychologically vibrant, and transcending the boundaries that divide us.
For information about how individuals, institutions, and organizations can participate in and raise awareness for the Fourth Annual International Day of Prayer on Sunday, 5 November, 2017, contact the International Day of Prayer for Men and Boys Committee at 267-581-3963 or send and e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.