The doctrines of world religions are founded on the principles of doing good for humanity. Over thousands of years, faith-based beliefs have fostered the ideology of being other-centered. The spiritual values of giving charity and serving the welfare of the community, regardless of religion, is a core tenet of every faith.
With the intent of highlighting the religious motivations that build a caring community, the Inter-Religious Organisation, Singapore is organising an interfaith sharing on “Giving and Being Other-Centered”. This is in support of SG Cares Giving Week 2020, which is a movement encouraging us to make giving part of our daily lives.
Hear from Singapore’s interfaith community about building Singapore as a City of Good.
IRO Council Member (Hindu) and President for Ramakrishna Mission, Singapore
Rabbi Mordechai Abergel
IRO Council Member (Jewish) and Chief Rabbi of Singapore
Venerable Sumana Thero
IRO Council Member (Buddhist) and Secretary-General for Singapore Buddhist Federation
Master Benjamin Tan
IRO Council Member (Taoist) and Special Committee Member, Taoist Federation (Singapore)
Reverend Ezeikel Tan
IRO Life Member (Christian) and Vice-Chairman & General Secretary of Evangelical Alliance of Singapore and General Secretary/CEO of The Bible Society of Singapore
IRO Youth Wing Member (Sikh) and Founder of Fruits of Labour
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