Premium Content Growing Up in an Interfaith Home
by Michael Wainwright - November 30, 2006
Describe a personal experience.
Although I do not affiliate myself with any particular religion, I have been a Buddhist nun at temples and an altar server at Christian churches. I can chant the meditations of Buddha in Thai and Sanskrit and recite Catholic prayers in English and French. My exposure to both religions has helped me to become comfortable in discussing and teaching…
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