9/11 Brought Them Together. They've Been Spreading Love Since

On a day when division and hate became tangible on a large scale in America, three minsters from different religions were moved by their faith to make peace. 9/11 marked a violent awakening of hate for some, but for Rabbi Ted Falcon of Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue, Reverend Don Mackenzie, a minister and head of staff at the University Congregational United Church of Christ, and Jamal Rahman, a Muslim Sufi minister at the Interfaith Community Church, 9/11 marked an awakening of courage and love. Together they resolved to find common ground in their faith and have since then worked together to help others make peace in the world. Discover how they found a way to live out the law of love and how you can too.