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Dialog, Women's leadership, peace (inner and outer)
I am a certified life coach, interfaith minister and Co-founder and CEO of the International Association of Women Spiritual Leaders: www.iawsl.com. My mission is to help people to live in peace and joy with themselves and others.
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My name is called as Engin AKSU. I am the writer myself and living in the city Kütahya in Türkiye. Also I work as a Turkish teacher in my own country. "Divine Brotherhood" was published by Red Lead Press in 2007 and it is open to sales in Amazon.com now.
The events in the book take place in London İn England. The Preface of the book has been written by Hasan KUŞÇUOĞLU.
Galip Hasan KUŞÇUOĞLU focusses on Love, Peace and Brotherhood for a new start in the life and a new way to live in his books and sayings in the web-site www.galibi.com .
Can you share your thoughts with us by looking into www.galibi.com or searching on him in the frame of Religions' Diologue.
I would be pleased to see your own ideas and thoughts in the most possible time.
I would be pleased to see your own ideas and thoughts as soon as possible, so that we would like to pray for you to go to heaven
How interesting. I'm a minister with the United Church in Canada, and have been involved in interfaith dialogue; we have hosted speakers from the Jewish and Muslim faiths to come out to rural churches for a weekend of learning and discussion. It was a rewarding experience but we got bogged down on what to do next; we had looked at teh basics of learning about one another, but the planning committee couldn't agree on what to do with the newly formed relationships; do we look at an area of interest/engage in some work together, or continue learning about the customs and practices of the non-dominant traditions.
Thanks for your comment on my pic. I will have to change it now that spring has arrived. The ice is gone from the creek now.
I see that you are interested in interreligious dialogue. Do you work in this area a lot?