When i read about it on the internet about " Burn the Quran day" to mark the 911 ninth anniversary, it really sent chill down to my spine, what if this mission of "Burn the Quran day" came to pass, what would be the retaliation hence-forth.
Let us sincerely pray that this day would not be materialized,hence it will save us from more man's ill intended disasters.
911 is and forever will be a painful history for all mankind that we shall never forget, those who died were from different faiths, and some i believed even shared the faith as the perpetrators.
What is the difference between the one who initiated this outrageous campaign to that of 911's perpetrators, no difference for they have all lost the fundamental teachings of one's religion that's to have compassion and forgiveness for you and me.
Just last week, i went to see a Muslim friend of mine whose office was situated next to the State Mosque, gingerly i asked him if it was all right for a Christian like me to enter into his place of worship, without hesitation he said ok to me.
As he was taking me into his place of worship, i could see many of his brethrens looking at me and some of them even giving me a warm smile, that's when i thought there was really no problem of us even with our differences to co-exist as long as we learn to respect one another.
But the reality can sometimes be so cruel and starkly opposite than what we hope for, isn't it? we all know that all religions are good but then again...........it is akin to a good car but sadly it is sometimes driven by bad drivers who go against all traffic rules.
I respect and love you guys even with all the differences and to my Muslim friends and readers, here wishing you " Selamat Hari Raya. Maaf Zahir dan Batin" and let us spread more love.
P/S : The distinction between you and me is simply we are different , therfore there is no distinction at all.