Sunset from Mooktawan Sanctuary, South of Thailand


You say they are of another faith,

Another creed, or another race,

Incompatible, un-mixable

Their religion second-grade.

Yet this is the same mountain,

With different paths we take

To reach the peak of God’s grace

Through religion, our purpose made.

They sherpas we follow for a chosen road,

May not look or speak the same,

Yet lead you to a point

Where God is one, whatever His name.

You say they are of another faith,

Another creed, another race,

But why forget, why be ignorant

That your God is kind enough to love them the same?

by Samia Tamrin Ahmed

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