Actual Class Notes – Our Visit with Hindu guest
Lately, we’ve had a couple visitors from India join our class to learn about Islam. We’ve shared our questions concerning Hinduism with them, and they had kindly answered them, and vice versa. I’ve learned a lot more about the Hindu religion than I ever knew before, and also heard some facts on my previous theories, which proved them right or wrong. Most of the questions we asked them regarded their worship, for example, questions about their God, their rituals, and the way they pray. I know that a lot of our questions seemed like easy, obvious answers to them, but they still answered them to the best of their ability. In addition to having them in our class, we had a group discussion with their father in India through Face Time. He told us his story, how he came to America, his struggles, and finally, how he started his school that is now located in India. During the discussion, the topic of the way teenagers think came up. We realized that our brain is still maturing, and we sometimes make bad choices. We should be aware of that while making decisions, and also keep PAPA in mind.