Resiliency Project: Commitment Statement
Jewish, Muslim, Christian, and other Interfaith Community and Faith Leaders are making this Commitment to be Resilient as a way to bring peace in these times of social and political tension:
that we are called to lift each other up,
that we are stronger standing together,
that our differences are a blessing,
that empathy and love reveal the path to peace,
and that justice will prevail,
because each of us is Beloved.
Therefore, I commit to
answer intolerance with goodwill,
live by faith and hope, not fear,
seek understanding and friendship whenever I can,
stand with those facing prejudice and injustice,
meet resistance with resiliency as I build the Beloved Community each day.
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