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Windows and Mirrors

A Tapestry of Faith Program for Children

Grades 4-5

By Gabrielle Farrel, Natalie Fenimore and Jenice View Susan Lawrence, Managing Editor/Developmental Editor Aisha Hauser, Children and Families Program Director/Developmental Editor

In spirit, we embrace the contribution of diversity to our collective ability to pursue truth, fairness, justice and love. In practice, however, we often fail to embrace all the experiences and viewpoints in our communities as respectfully or as wholly as we might. Sometimes, we fail to even see differences among us. We seem most prone to gloss over differences when to acknowledge them requires acute self-examination and may lead to pain, shame, discomfort or guilt.

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Last updated on Wednesday, October 16, 2013.

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