I’ve been thinking a lot about Marcus’ last post on interfaith dialogue, and sometimes, I think all dialogue is interfaith. All dialogue is people (or beings) trying to reach out and understand the other.
In Korea there’s a saying, “East question, west answer”, that it, the question and the answer are coming from completely different directions.
In working on translations with Korean speakers, this comes up a lot. But if I let go of everything, what I think I know and what I think I don’t, little by little I begin to understand where the other is coming from.
3 thoughts on “Interfaith dialogue – part 2”
Dogs taste funny. Cats, too. Gosh, each of us probably tastes funny to another.
Pass the salt!
You won’t need any salt on me, I’m salty enough!
I actually did wonder about that! Maybe there’s a little salty dwaen-jang seeping through the skin?!