- Savoonga, AK, USA
- member since February 9, 2007
Elisabeth’s last login was Friday, November 5, 2010.
Thanks for the note and friendship request. I haven't had a lot of time lately to devote to Shelfari, and I still haven't gotten all the books I've read added to "my shelf."
Let me know what books you're interested in, and I'll try to give you an accurate review.
Thanks for the friendship request.
In response to your question, I consider myself a multicultural individual first because I’m from mixed parentage, second because I grew up in an environment where families of UN employees lived, and third because I currently work in a multicultural community. As far as interest in inter-faith things, I’ve been exposed to that since I was a child through my friends growing up and have always been fascinated by people’s traditions, faith and spirituality. Although I’m not practicing any organized religion now, (I grew up Catholic) I find that I am a spiritual person and believe that we are put here on this earth to learn from each other and to take what we have learned here to the next world.
So how about you, why are you interested in multiculturalism and inter-faith literature?