Gene Lewis Perry

If life were like fairy tales, I'd have been devoured by trolls already.

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, part XVIII

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XVII

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XVI

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XV

failure and success, empathy and imagination J.K. Rowling Speaks at Harvard Commencement from Harvard Magazine on Vimeo.

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XIV

humans and animals

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XIII

Sita Sings the Blues You should watch it and that is all that I will say.  Streaming video here or download it here.

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XII

I’ve been doing these for awhile, but I should probably explain the “interfaith dialogue” series a bit.  Basically they are short videos with an interesting combination of incongruous parts, sometimes humorous, sometimes not.  An excellent interfaith dialogue is something that combines two very different cultures or ideas so well that we learn more about both. […]

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XII

Freestyle Rap Battle Translated

Interfaith Dialogue of the Day, Part XI

Watch the whole thing for the surprise ending.

interfaith dialogue of the day, part X

It’s best to wrap your savior up in cellophane.

interfaith dialogue of the day: part IX

Tay Zonday, a hero for our times:

interfaith dialogue of the day, part VIII

Japanese lunar orbiter Kaguya captures the first HD images of the Earth rising and setting over the moon’s horizon: Some famous words by Carl Sagan come to mind: Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being […]

interfaith dialogue of the day, part VII

In Bangkok, integrating mass transit with urban life is taken to a whole new level.

interfaith dialogue of the day, part VI

Check out this nifty animated map tracing the spread of the world’s major religions over the past 5,000 years.

interfaith dialogue of the day, part V

Actually a remix of the original ad, but I like this version even better. And if you can’t see how this is an interfaith dialogue, you just aren’t trying hard enough.

interfaith dialogue of the day, part IV

Rammstein goes in a new direction…

interfaith dialogue of the day, part III

The faiths in this case being Louis Armstrong and shadow puppets…

interfaith dialogue of the day, part II

A mandala is a traditional art form of Tibetan Buddhist monks. They spend days or weeks sprinkling colored sand into a gorgeous geometric design. Then, to symbolize the impermanence of all things, the sand is all swept away and poured into a body of running water. In a variation on this theme, artist Phil Hansen […]

interfaith dialogue of the day

Via Killing the Buddha, a wonderful video of the Woody Allen interviewing Billy Graham: Part I and Part II.

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