cartoons, sculptures and sayings. Part 2
Members of our companion Facebook page often post funny cartoons, though-provoking messages, spiritual passages etc. We have re-posted some of them here.
Others, we pick up from spiritual and religious web sites on the Internet.
We generally have no idea from where they originate. If you are the creator of one of these messages or images, and want it changed or deleted, please Email us at:
This is a continuation from Part 1
Zoe V.: "... out of the ashes and smoke, new, better, and stronger things emerge:"
"Inner peace is the birthright of every human being and purpose of all religions:"
Interfaith symbol including (clockwise from the top) Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Taoism, and Buddhism symbols, with a Unitarian Universalist symbol in the center:
A more inclusive interfaith symbol including (clockwise from the top) Judaism, Christianity, Native American, Buddhist, ???, ???, Sikhism, Taoism, ??? Jainism, Wicca, Unitarian-Universalism, Atheism, Hinduism and Islam, with a peace symbol in the center:
Incidentally, the peace symbol has been accused of being Satanic or Pagan. It is neither. It is composed of the letters:
"N" and "D" in the semaphore flag signalling system. That stands for "Nuclear Disarmament."
Another inter-faith symbol including Christian, Buddhist, Wiccan, Hindu, Jewish, Taoist, and Muslim symbols:
The Dalai Lama on alternate spiritualities:
The text reads:
"People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness.
Just because they're not on your road doesn't mean that they've gotten lost."
"Freedom" sculpture by Zenos Frudakis:
This incredible sculpture is located at GSK World Headquarters at 16th and Vine Streets, in Philadelphia, PA. The four figures represent a single individual working for and eventually achieving freedom. See: http://zenosfrudakis.com/
No copyright claimed for obvious reasons.
Original posting: 2011-OCT-11
Latest update: 2011-DEC-04
Author: B.A. Robinson