Our diversity is part of Divine Wisdom, and diversity is more than skin and faith tradition. A passage from the Quran tells us that the Divine “made [us] peoples and tribes that [we] may know one another”. What does it mean to “know” one another? And can we truly embody our First Principle without first trying to “know” those who are different from ourselves? How can we better aspire to living the truth of every person’s inherent worth and dignity? How can we effectively enact justice, equity, and compassion in human relations without knowing our neighbors?
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