Within this writing I reflect upon Trinity Sunday.
Within this blog post I connect the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr to the historical relations between Muslim and Catholic Spain with the Alhambra that is located in Granada, Spain.
With Love & Kindness! 🙂
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On Sunday 28th 2021 is it the Christian commemoration of Palm Sunday. This is the day that Jesus Christ – The Messiah entered Jerusalem and was welcomed with Palms, branches and many other types such as the olive branches, these were scattered in-front of Jesus as he rode into Jerusalem. Wishing everyone who celebrates andContinue reading “PALM SUNDAY.”
I would like to share the happiness and congratulate Pope Francis, the Vatican and Iraq upon the first ever Papal visit to Iraq. Thank you for your continuous efforts to create, build peace with human bridges and interfaith unity. Thank you!
These thoughts were written as a moment to reflect upon unification beyond the human constructions, to peel away layers to reveal the eternal spiritual bond that we carry within, that must once again re-emerge for the sake of love, thus our human survival.
Our thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to all the community of Manhattan, New York city, who have been affected with the Middle Collegiate Church fire on Second Avenue. The Middle Collegiate Church is a historic site that has been damaged and devastated by this fire. It is deeply saddening to hear of this newsContinue reading “Middle Collegiate Church on Second Avenue.”
Thank you to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for your virtual and online mass services during the Coronavirus health pandemic.
Within these thoughts I reflect on a few simple words taken from 2 Corinthinas 12: 14. I was inspired by the depth that one can infer from this simplicity, to offer a Sunday Reflection! #ShaziaBlog