Friday, December 22, 2006

Kudos on 9th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week

Kudos on 9th Annual Interfaith Awareness Week 

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Here is some unsolicited email received.  Seven of the comments are included in this post.  We would love to hear your thoughts and opinions. 

Please offer your comments to this post by clicking on the word "comments" at the bottom of this post.  Thank

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Here are the kudos - so far:

1. -----Original Message-----

From: pejacobi    Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 12:57 PM

Dear John-Brian,

The Madison Baha'i Assembly asked me to send a special message to thank you for all your efforts regarding Interfaith Awareness Week -- both for this past week's experience as well as all the patient work put in over the years to make this happen and grow. Our community is happy to have been part of it and looks forward to next year.

With gratitude and applause,

Ellie Jacobi, for the Madison Baha'i Assembly

 
2. -----Original Message-----
From: Michelle Meyer
Sent: Monday, December 18, 2006 11:51 AM
Hello John-Brian
 
Thank you for all the work you do in putting interfaith awareness week together. This whole event is quite an accomplishment - and it could not have happened without your vision.
 
Thank you also, for inviting me to speak at the Capitol Rotunda event. I left that event feeling uplifted - that in today's world of division between the world religions - we all took time to affirm the work of healing those divisions. Should you ever need a speaker for other interfaith events - do feel free to contact me.
 
In Peace:
 
Michelle Meyer
Leader: Whole Healing Ministry
 

3. -----Original Message-----
 
From: Gurdip Brar  
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 11:46 PM
 
 Dear Rev. Paprock,

Outstanding job at putting it together. Appreciate your inviting me to participate. Wishing you and your family Merry xmas and wonderful New Year of 2007. Thanks.

Gurdip S. Brar, Ph.D.

President, G2DV Technologies 

4. -----Original Message----- 

From: BB Britton
Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2006 4:32 PM

Thank you, Rev. Paprock, for all your sharings and efforts. I am look forward to finally meeting you.  All Joy and Blessing for you and all those you love, at this holy season of Christmas. May the new Year find all dreams actualized!   

 From the Eye of the Heart..Beverley Britton
Lifeline Network for Peace
The Children's Peace Quilt 

 

5. -----Original Message-----

From: Rich Hein

Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2006 6:37 PM

Rev. John-Brian Paprock,

Thank you for the opportunity to have a Presbyterian Display and for having our minister ( Rev. Alex Thornburg) as one of the speakers. I do wonder what to do about the acoustics situation ?

Blessings and Peace now and in 2007

Ruth Hoffman Hein --- Member of Westminster Presbyterian

 

6. -----Original Message-----

From: Karen Tolley

Subject: RE: Tuesday, 12/12 Interfaith Program at Capitol

John-Brian,

Thank you so much for the audio recording, I will truly enjoy listening to it again, in a much clearer version. Plus now I can share it with my family.

Thank you.

Karen Tolley

 

7. -----Original Message-----

From: Selena Fox

Subject: 5th Annual Wisconsin State Celebration in the Capitol

thanks much for making the recordings available so quickly, John-Brian.

I did a continuous digital recording on a disc, but haven't listened to it yet. I hope to listen to your digital segments later this week when I get to my computer with the faster internet connection.

Did you see the coverage yesterday on channel 15 news? .... there was a brief report on the 4 pm & 6 pm newscasts. The report included a bit of the Sufi women singing, Dennis of the Baha'i Community speaking, and some shots of you, the audience, others.

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I liked this year's program I also liked having the students join us this year .... the increased numbers were great! I hope that next year, in

addition to audio recording, we can get a video made of it.

I like the program page design this year .... and including the range of exhibits in the Rotunda was a good idea.

[snip]

Finally, thanks for mentioning Paul Jacobi yesterday ... a wonderful touch ... and thanks for all your work over the years to make this event happen. I am so glad to be part of it ... and am glad that it continues to evolve and grow!

Blessings,

Selena

Circle Sanctuary

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