The world’s religions and traditions share common threads:
Use this program to expand your young one's knowledge of other faiths to teach them we are more alike than different.
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December’s Theme is The Gift of Holiday Traditions. The last month of the year has many holidays that are celebrated around the world. The consistent thread is celebrating our spiritual truths and giving to those we love.
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November's theme is Muslim Foundations: Prayer, Truthfulness, Piousness and Generosity.
This month’s stories come from the Sahih al-Bukari. This collection is one of the six major ‘hadiths’, the stories denoting the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad in Sunni Islam. The hadith is generally accepted by Muslims as a secondary source of Islamic law after the Qur’an. These prophetic traditions were collected by a Muslim scholar after being transmitted orally for generations. The book covers almost all aspects of life in providing proper guidance of Islam such as the method of performing prayers and other actions of worship.
The Sikhs are an incredible, loving, inclusive, giving, generous, fun, family oriented group! Five hundred years ago the caste system in India was in full-swing and people had to to succumb to the life and lack of equality, that was afforded them. The Sikh’s came along and said, “All people are equal. No person sits above another”. The key to their faith are the 5 Ks, Kesh, Kangha, Katchera, Kara and Kirpan. This lesson, we look at the Kesh - uncut hair and beard, as given by God, to sustain him or her in higher consciousness; and a turban, the crown of spirituality.
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