Since the title can only be so long...the question that crossed my mind is: "What is something you admire or appreciate in some faith other than your own?" One that has made what I feel is a profound impact on me, is the teaching supposedly from Buddhism about "menus and meals" and "fingers pointing and the moon." As I understand, and we all know how interpretations can go, it is easy to get so caught up reading the menu we forget to savor the meal...in other words; the meal is the thing, the menu is the guide to the meal after a fashion. The finger pointing is the guide to the moon, the moon is the thing. And while words will always fall short in explaining, what I take away is that my chosen faith text is an excellent guide - however, just like the menu or the finger - it is not the thing in itself. So what lesson of value have you discovered in some other faith?