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Yom Ha’shoah (Jewish)

April 8

Known in English as Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom Ha'Shoah commemorates the approximately six million Jews, and five million others who perished in the Holocaust. Shoah in Hebrew means catastrophe. This is a national public holiday in Israel. In homes and synagogues around the world, Jews will light memorial candles in commemoration of lives lost. The […]

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Jalal / Glory (Baha’i)

April 8

Wherever they live, Baha’is gather every 19 days for what we call a Feast. This is a members-only event comprising three parts: 1. A spiritual portion that’s the time for prayer and reflection; 2. A business portion for consultation about administrative issues (plans for forming classes, organizing to perform community service, observing holy days, or […]

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Jashan-e Fravardegan (Zoroastrian)

April 8

Jashan-e Fravardegan is a celebration ceremony, a Jashan, performed on Fravardin day of Fravardin month, in honor of fravashis, the souls of all the righteous people who have ever lived in our world. In Zoroastrianism, we have special prayers dedicated to honoring and remembering with respect and love the souls of our beloved departed as […]

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Golden Rule

"Is there any rule that one should follow all of one's life? Yes! The rule of the gentle goodness: That which we do not wish to be done to us, we do not do to others."

- Analectas 15:23

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