“Never talk about politics or religion in public, because you never know who you might offend.”
As of 2017 in America, many people of various faith backgrounds are interacting at a much more significant frequency than ever before.
Day by day, we hear stories of people who seek to control faith as a concealed bomb or as a big wall of division. This predicament is setting us back into ignorance and bigotry, especially as days go by in the Trump administration. In reality, religious and philosophical traditions are bridges of cooperation. Religious pluralism is needed in America now more than ever.
In Good Spirits creates and foster opportunities for: positive & appreciative knowledge of other religious & philosophical traditions, respect for religious/worldview identities, engagement for inspiring more meaningful relationships across differences, and for leading a new mindset marked by pluralism.