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Published on May 9, 2018
Imagine. A global, spiritual, interfaith journey. Time spent with people standing before God, however they perceived Him, Her, or They to be. Listen to this captivating talk, where Pamay Bassey shares what she learned during her 52 Weeks of Worship Project where she soaked in the kindness of strangers, one faith community at a time, and contemplated what it means to seek a stronger, more authentic connection to the Divine. You may start to see fewer differences between yourself and others…and a little more divinity in everyone. Pamay is the Chief Experience Officer of the “My 52 Weeks of Worship Project” which started when she made a commitment to visit a different place of worship each week in 2010 – whether that place of worship reflected her personal religious tradition or not. As a result, in one year she visited 61 churches, temples, mosques, shuls, synagogues, covens, living rooms, and other sacred spaces in the USA, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Nigeria and South Africa. She delivers keynote speeches and facilitates a series of workshops, presentations, and learning experiences based on her personal and professional experiences. Her book My 52 Weeks of Worship: Lessons from a Global, Spiritual, Interfaith Journey, shares the lessons she learned during her global, spiritual, interfaith journey; she also maintains a blog about her on-going experiences. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx