Muted microphones, weak WiFi, and frozen speakers have become religious experiences of late. Low Wei Ling reflects on how COVID-19 has affected her connection to religion and the divine, and its potential implications for the […]
Many of you have been watching our interfaith COVID-19 retreat episodes. This is the recording of the Facebook Live chat we’ve just organised with the retreat directors from 5 different religions.
Something interesting about COVID-19 is that it showed us what we miss, what we value, and what we appreciate, sometimes without even realising how much we appreciate those things.
As we look at what is ahead of us, religious traditions have advised us for centuries to always look with a positive lens – something we now call ‘Hope’.
This week our retreat directors explore what hope means in different religions. How do we remain hopeful in spite of adversities?
This week, our retreat directors explore what different religions teach about compassion and how we can cultivate compassion towards others and ourselves in our lives.
Also, register for our ‘Reflections’ session!
To better support our family and loved ones through the COVID-19 situation, we need to better support ourselves too. Other than a strong immune system, many religious traditions encourage followers to […]
COVID-19 has brought on a sense of loss – loss of life, loss of jobs, loss of identities.
This week, join our retreat directors as they explore the theme of loss, anxiety, and disintegration.
COVID-19 has brought to the fore the fragility of life and its dualities, such as health and sickness, joy and sorrow, life and death. How do we find inner peace in the midst of these […]
Local Ustazah Musfirah Wahid, a graduate of Islamic Theology and Comparative Religion, interviews Sr. Theresa Seow, a Catholic nun – a Canossian sister to be precise – who is a long-time member of the Inter-Religious […]