Noble Initiatives: Issues Of Commonality
The Abrahamic Initiative's Noble Initiatives will always aim to honorably reflect the graciousness and nobility of God.
“Noble” is an adjective that has been twisted over the years to too often describe aristocratic superiority. But, it's time to get back to the true essence of this word's meaning.
The Abrahamic Initiative has employed the true essence of the meaning of “noble" in describing our charitable plans and work.
Every one of our charitable outreaches will look beyond the pettiness of distinctive or biased labels to address issues of commonality to all our Abrahamic faiths. To understand this guiding principle is to understand the very essence of the word “noble” as used in our context - Noble Initiatives
Noble as defined by The Abrahamic Initiative: The wish to be righteous before God and therefore free from anything petty, mean or dubious in conduct and character.
Isaiah 32: 8 (AMP): But the noble man conceives noble and magnificent things; And he stands by what is noble and magnificent.
THE ABRAHAMIC INITIATIVE:
Charity is one of the five pillars of Islam and one of the seven Christian virtues. Just as in Islam and Christianity, Tzedakah (charity) is a fundamental part of the Jewish way of life. This noble attribute is one of the greatest things the three Abrahamic faiths share in common.
Our Initiative's main purpose is in serving as an action group for positive initiatives to serve humanity. With a focus on key problems that we all