MOSAIC participant, Amol Shirodkhar participated in the 2018 Service Project Rise Against Hunger as part of the year long program of interfaith and multi-cultural learning for teens in Monmouth County.  He wrote the following article which was published in the Central Jersey News Blog.  100 Teens, friends and family got together to package 18,000 meals…

“Why is a program like MOSAIC so important in today’s world?” At each MOSAIC meeting I attend, I think to myself what if the world today, comprising the approximately 7.5 billion of us, was like one big MOSAIC meeting? What if every single person was this open and committed to learning about one another’s religions…

This inspirational story is one more example of how each one of us can  make a difference and bring about a better world through our unique talents.  Every act, every word matters- no matter how small or large. Watching the news, it seems like ethnic divides are ever-deepening. But how can we solve these complicated…

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