Wisdom from Our Neighborhood
Wisdom from Our Neighborhood is a conversation between people working for the common good. Activists from large cities to small towns, people working on racial and religious reconciliation, multifaith social service and advocacy agencies, and the inspiring stories of everyday people doing extraordinary things – together with their neighbors.
WFON is hosted by Paths to Understanding’s Executive Director Terry Kyllo with technical support by Ean Olsen.
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Islam shares many values and stories in common with Christianity and Judaism. Engaging with this tradition can help people of all wisdom traditions reflect on and deepen their understanding of their own. [Imam Adam Jamal]
There are 3 major components to Islamic Art: Arabic calligraphy, geometric patterns, and biomorphic floral patterns. Geometric art is an artform that relies on the importance of unity and order. All patterns begin with a circle from which simple polygons such squares,...
Amina and Rainer share their stories about how art became a crucial part of their lives and why art is such an important part of being human and forming human community. They discuss the sensibilities that help frame art in these traditions, especially about the human...