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Interfaith Inspirations
EarthSome November Interfaith Inspirations:

Pagan ~ October 31st ~
Samhain (Hallowe'en) ~
Samhain (pronounced 'sow'inn') marks the Feast of the Dead. Many Pagans also celebrate it as the old Celtic New Year (although some mark this at Imbolc).
Christian Christian ~ October 31st ~ Hallowe'en (All Hallows' Eve) ~
Christian celebration of mystery combining prayers and merriment involving children and families. It is a prelude to All Saint's Day. The night before All Saints' Day (All Hallows' Day). Its origins date back over 2000 years to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. It was celebrated as a Christian festival by the 8th Century.
ChristianChristian ~
November 1st ~ All Saints Day ~
Christian day of prayers of remembrance and intercession for the dead. Prayers of the faithful are seen as helping to cleanse the souls for the beatific vision of God in heaven.  All Saints Day Christian day for honoring saints, known and unknown.  In general, saints are persons with reputation for unusual lives of holiness and devotion to God or who were martyred for their faith.  A Holy Day of Obligation in the Roman Catholic Church where saints have special formal status. 
ChristianChristian ~
November 2nd ~ All Souls Day ~
All Souls Day Christian day of prayers of remembrance and intercession for the dead.
Prayers of the faithful are seen as helping to cleanse the souls for the beatific vision of God in heaven.

HinduHindu ~ Deepavali ~ November 9-13th
Hindu celebration - a five day festival of lights marking the end of the Hindu year.
First day is observed as a holiday by many Hindu people. 

Hindu Sikh Sikh Jain
Jain ~ Diwali ~ Hindu New Year ~ November 11th
Hindu Festival of Lights symbolizing the human urge to move toward the light.
Gift exchanges, fireworks and festive meals. Jain celebration of Lord Mahavira's day of final liberation.
JainJain ~ November 12th ~ New Year
Jain New Year based on a lunar calendar.
Our page for Jainism is here. And! Visit Jain World online!

BahaiBaha`i ~ November 12th ~ Birth of Baha'u'llah
Baha'i celebration of the birth of their founder and teacher. Refrain from work.

ChristianOrthodox Christian ~ November 15th ~ 25th ~ Winter Lent
A season of preparation for the Nativity of Christ

Sikh Sikh ~ November 24th ~ Guru Tegh Bahadur martyrdom
Sikh time of remembering the execution of Teg Bahadur by the Moghul Emperor in India

Bahai Baha`i ~ November 26th ~ Day of the Covenant
Baha`i celebration of the covenant given in the last will and testament of Baha`u`llah

Thanksgiving Interfaith ~ US ~ November 26
th ~ Thanksgiving
A celebration in the United States for life's bounty and abundance. For some, the tradition
is dated to the fall feast between Native Americans and Pilgrim settlers. It is a day of giving thanks
and appreciation for all the blessings we have symbolized by the feast on the table.

Baha`i ~ November 28th ~ Ascension of Abdu`l-Baha (begins sundown 26th)
Baha`i celebration of the rising of the Spirit of Abdu`l-Baha to the heavenly dwelling.

ChristianChristianChristian ~ November 29th ~ December 24th ~ Advent Begins
Advent marks the beginning of the Christian worship year in preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ.
Always beginning on the Sunday nearest November 30, it is observed with the lighting of advent candles,
display of wreaths and special ceremonies. Many families also use an advent calendar with their children;
each day offering a special surprise.
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ChristianChristianChristian ~ November 30th ~ St. Andrews Day
Christian observance of the coming of Christianity to the area now know as Scotland.
The martyrdom of St Andrew is remembered as the season of Advent is about to begin.

Some of the brief interfaith definitions & dates from the Interfaith Calendar by Delton Krueger ~ many, many thanks!

Interfaith Inspirations:
Judaism/Jewish: Judiaism
Yom Kippur & Sukkot
Tibetan Prayer Wheels
Bodhi Day
World Of Love

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
Harriet Tubman
Wangari Maathai
Mahatma Gandhi
Frederick Douglass
Fred Rogers
Mother Teresa
Dali Lama
Rosa Parks

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