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Unformatted text preview: What I Know about Religion and How I Know It Every person is different. From the clothes we wear to the music we prefer or the academic fields that interest us, human beings are definitely not carbon copies of one another. However, there is one facet of life that has the power to help unify all people regardless of our differences. This force is religion. Of course, we do not all share the same religion. I am Jewish while the person across the hall from me is Catholic and someone a few doors down may be Muslim or believe in any other type of religion. But it is not the specific sect that helps unite all people. Rather, it is the idea that we all participate in a system of beliefs and traditions that have been passed down for many generations and we can appreciate and respect the ideals that someone from a different religious denomination may have. Throughout high school I played on the football team. In a game where players stand face to face, each wanting to inflict as much pain upon the other as possible, it would seem as if...
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- Summer '08