Celebrating Thanksgiving in Islam, Judaism, and Christian Tradition and Itzhak Perlman


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This Thanksgiving I led a prayer service at my school. With my new webcam on my desk, it struck me that I might record my thoughts about unity, togetherness, and gratitude with inspiration from the way my Professor at Dominican University, Rabbi Henry Schreibman taught me, to compare, appreciate, and respect traditions of all faiths. In this short prayer service I share opinions from a Muslim blogger in London, a traditional Jewish story of violinist Itzhak Perlman breaking a string on stage, and a prayer from a Christian looking to slow down the prayer before the Thanksgiving meal.
Three perspectives from followers of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity on Gratitude and Thanksgiving to reflect on round your dinner table. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families!
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