A convert's journey into Islam
October 27, 2010

Can language limit your ability to follow your heart?

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Thomas Peabody : January 14, 2017 09:44 am
Briefly knew Dear Sherry at 1000 oaks. So interested in understanding how she arrived here, now, at this place. Odd, on occasions in Israel I felt more welcomed by Islamic brethren than by my Jewish hosts. Peabody
Kevin : March 28, 2011 09:12 pm
I'd be more interested to hear why it is that these people decide to convert to Islam.
Bilal Ansari : December 16, 2010 07:27 pm
You did and very loudly. Actions do speak quite louder than words, in all and despite all language barriers. Thanks for sharing.
Mattlatl : November 05, 2010 07:13 am
I had an experience years ago that for some reason has stuck with me. I was in the subway, and a woman approached me speaking Chinese, pointing to a map. A few confused gestures were exchanged, until I finally figured out she was asking at which platform to wait for the train going to O'Hare Airport. She was extremely grateful when I figured out how to help, and broke out a "Thank you" in English. I REEEEEEALLY wish I could have said "You're welcome" in Chinese.
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