Friday, November 27, 2009

Eid Mubarak

People in Plainfield and all over the world unite today in observing Eid al-Adha, The Feast of the Sacrifice. Click here to learn more.

Our city's diversity is very broad and the more we learn about each other's cultures and religions, the better it will be for all.

If you know someone of the Islamic faith, you can say "Eid Mubarak," or Blessed Eid, as a greeting.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Bernice,

My BFF of over 20 years is Muslim, and she and her family members went to their respective mosques this morning to observe Eid al-Adha. It's nice to see this kind of post, especially in this, at times, disturbing political/religious climate.

All best this season,


1:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are great, Bernice. Thank you for letting us know this. You are right. When asked why I live in a place where I pay unconscionable taxes for nothing - no downtown, better schools but not great, and no real advantages, the answer is always the people.

And after all, really, isn't that what life is all about?

2:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for the reminder.

12:24 PM  

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