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So many gods, so many creeds,

So many paths that wind and wind,

While just the art of being kind

Is all the sad world needs.

    by Ella Wheeler Wilcox  1850-1919; An excerpt from the poem "The World's Need" from Poems of Power published in 1901

Interfaith issues

All Rivers

A World Alliance of Interfaith Clergy

Balanced Views of Religion and Spirituality

Church Within - All Faith Internet Church

Community of the Mystic Heart

God Bless the Whole World: Resources for Personal and Global Transformation

Harmony Institute - unity of religions and sciense

Interfaith.org

Interfaith Prayers & Blessings by Abby Willowroot

Interfaith Seminary

The Church of Interfaith Christians

The Elijah Interfaith Institute

The Foundation for Traditional Studies

The Harmony Project: what joins us is greater than what separates us

The Holy Order of St. Raphael Interfaith

The Interfaith Banner

The New Seminary for Interfaith Studies

The Order of Universal Interfaith

The Seraphic Order of the Flowering Heart

United Nations Declaration on the elimination of all forms of intolerance and discrimination based on religion or belief

World Congress of Faiths

World Faith

Be ours a religion which,

like sunshine, goes everywhere;

its temple, all space;

its shrine, the good heart;

its creed, all truth;

its ritual, works of love;

its profession of faith,

divine living.

           - Theodore Parker

Never quarrel about religion.  All quarrels and disputations concerning religion simply show that spirituality is not present.  Religious quarrels are always over the husks.  When purity, when spirituality goes, leaving the soul dry, quarrels begin, and not before.

- by Vivekanananda

The World Scriptures and Traditions

Avesta - Zoroastrian Archives

Bahá'í Prayers

Buddhism.org

Confucius, K'ung-fu-tzu

Daily Zen

Divine Tao

Hindupedia

HolyBooks.com

Jainism.org

Nimatullahi Sufi Order

Real Sikhism

Sayings of Buddha

Sikh Net

Sikhs.org

Sikh World

Srimad Bhagavad Gita

Srimad Bhagavad-Gita

Studies in Comparative Religion

Sufism Journal Online

The Golden Sufi Center

The Gold Scales

The Heart Sutra

The Koran

The Lahore Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam

The Matheson Trust: For the Study of Comparative Religion

The Shi'a Homepage

The Threshold Society (Sufi)

Torah 101

Tricycle: Buddhist Wisdom...

Vedanta Spiritual Library

World Scipture: A Comparative Anthology of Sacred Texts

Zen Guide

The Door Open to Anyone

Jesus is the door to a life in and with God. "I am the gate," he says (John 10:9).  "I am the Way;  I am Truth and Life.   No one can come to the Father except through me" (John 14:6).  Still, many people never have heard or will hear of Jesus.  They are born, live their lives, and die without having been exposed to Jesus and his words.  Are they lost?  Is there no place in the Father's house for them?

Jesus opened the door to God's house for all people, also for those who never knew or will know that it was Jesus who opened it.  The Spirit that Jesus sent "blows where it pleases" (John 3:8), and it can lead anyone through the door to God's house.

Henri J.M. Nouwen

Universal Prayers

Thou art the only Truth, Narayana,
the Supreme Self, the Divine Master,
Siddha, Buddha, Skanda, Vinayaka,
the Sun, the Holy Fire,
Brahman, Ahura Mazda, Yahweh, Shakti,
Jesus, Father, Lord,
Rudra, Vishnu, Rama, Krishna,
Raheem, the Tao,
Vasudeva, the Universe, Vishvarupa,
Chidananda, Hari,
the Non-Dual, the Timeless One, the Fearless
One, the Self-manifested, Shiva.

Acharya Vinoba Bhave, Disciple of Mahatma Gandhi

May He Who is the Father in Heaven of the Christians, Holy One of the Jews, Allah of the Muslims, Buddha of the Buddhists, Tao of the Chinese, Ahura Mazda of the Zoroastrians and Brahman of the Hindus lead us from the unreal to the Real, from darkness to light, from disease and death to immortality. May the All-Loving Being manifest Himself unto us, and grant us abiding understanding and all-consuming divine love. Peace, Peace. Peace be unto all.

Swami Akhilananda, Bangladesh 1894-1962


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