Here’s a useful PDF (you’ll be asked to download if you click the link) from the Unitarian Universalist Association to encourage UUs in being ever better interfaith community members and neighbors.
You might know what the 5 pillars of Islam are. You might even have studied Islam further to appreciate and love your neighbor. But do you understand the grounding of Islamic Business Ethics? Fascinating offering here from Dr. James Badawi, and accessible to those of us who aren’t scholars. I’d recommend sharing it in small group studies and opening conversations about business ethics in general, and then engaging with your local Muslim communities about areas you can support together.
You are needed for this world. Your spirit, your heart, your dreams of how wonderfully good this world can be — we need you. We need your songs and your dancing, your laughter and your whole-hearted self. We need you as is, no questions asked, because today is a new day, forgiveness is possible, mistakes are how we learn, and together we make a real and tangible difference.
We need you, just as you are, right here and right now. Your heart beats: you have something to give. You love: you are loveable. You dream of justice: so do we. Let’s get on with drawing this good old world further toward love and justice, mercy and hope. You have a part in this all, a good one, worthy and full of dignity, love, and joy.