Review of “Our Muslim Neighbors”

By Joe LaGuardia I recently had an engagement with Muslim interfaith advocate, Victor Begg, at a restaurant attached to a local, municipal airport. When it came time for evening prayer, Victor and his family sought a quiet place to pray. I recommended that they walk next door to the small one-room terminal at the airport,Continue reading “Review of “Our Muslim Neighbors””

Find Compassion in an Age of Suspicion

As a student of human behavior, I have observed that some of us tend to hunt for the negative in certain situations.  I believe that some in American society are programmed to look for what is wrong or evil, rather than what is right, good or holy. Someone gives a gift and we ask:  “WhyContinue reading “Find Compassion in an Age of Suspicion”