Muslims around the world began celebrating Ramadan at sunset last evening. The celebration lasting thirty days is a time for reflection, fasting, prayer, and community. It commemorates Muhammad’s first revelation and is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Ramadan is on different dates each year coinciding with the lunar calendar’s crescent moons.

Greetings To our Muslim friends during this holy time.



“Ramadan is, in its essence, a month of humanist spirituality.” Tariq Ramadan

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  1. I remember going to one or more Interfaith Paths to Peace meetings with you and hearing how much all Faiths have in Common. All are for Peace, all for lifting others. So much emphasis is put on wrong perceptions, stoking fear and this timely post has renewed my beliefs that we are all one in spirit.

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