Interfaith Understanding. Two simple words. Easy to digest, hard to implement.

For many of us, though, the work for mutual understanding is more of an aspiration than a reality.

Every so often, someone breaks through and creates lasting change for their entire communities.

We were recently inspired by one such student: Sarbmeet Kanwal. In an article, Sarbmeet says:

“Garden State MOSAIC enables students to learn about each other’s belief systems and practices through a series of sessions hosted by the teens at their places of worship. …

“Also, through a variety of exercises and activities, the students develop leadership and communication skills that are critical to becoming a change agent in their own communities.”

Now, that’s bringing two words — interfaith understanding — and another — leadership — to life.

#SikhAmericans #Inspired #ChardiKalaa

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