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Soul Food: "Footprints in the Sand"

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Soul Food is a community devotional event held monthly in Cambridge and open to all. It provides an occasion to be inspired and reflect on uplifting themes. Our programs feature live music, audio-visual pieces, and readings from various authors, sources and Faiths—indigenous, ancient and modern—from all over the world.

Soul Food’s purpose is to inspire us to transform our lives, our neighbourhoods and communities, with actions that promote the unity and betterment of society.

The theme this month is “Footprints in the Sand”.

Please visit our website for more information. Please also join the Facebook event and like our Facebook page! This event, which is sponsored by the Cambridge University Bahá’í Society, is free and open to the public.

This talk is part of the Soul Food series.

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