Tuesday, April 26, 2016

A Symbol of Religious Co-Existence

While religious intolerance is flaring up in much of the word there is a community in India where Muslims, Hindus, Christians, and Jews live with a far greater degree of harmony and gender equality.  How does Kerala do it?  It begins with an understanding that "When the basic needs of life - food, water, sanitation, housing, education, healthcare - are denied, resentment against the 'other' can fester."

To read more click:  God's Own Country