thank you

 

The more I think about it, the more encouraged I feel about our interfaith gathering the other night on the subject of Euthanasia. It feels like the fruition of so many good connections in Bradford, where it is so often difficult to have these challening conversations. Awais and I were wondering whether the next meeting should be 'What does it mean to be a good neighbour?' and look at the issue across cultures and faiths. We feel very excited about this turn of events, but also aware that these contacts are the result of years of hard work not just one evening of curry!
 
 
Dear Rev. Glasson,
 
Can I congratulate you and your team for putting on such a wonderful event which was very much enlightening for myself.  I was so impressed with the variety of people you had there to contribute to the subject and who had a passion and my mind wandered off in a different direction when I was sitting in the touchstone building.  It came to me that such events are what humanity is about and what people want to talk about, which brings people close together and provides a platform for communication.  This is the true Cohesion which is taking place and you should be extremely proud about yourself and the close work you do with people.
 
You don't need a large structure like a mosque or a church what you need is the desire to communicate and invite.  I was very touched by the programme and the hospitality provided and would like you to forward a BIG THANK YOU to all involved and inviting me to such as positive gathering.
 
God Bless.
 
Naweed Hussain