Duty of civility towards other faiths

A MIASMA of sadness and tragedy has enveloped the nation due to the devastating floods and the never-ending Covid-19 pandemic. What is heartening, however, is that in the aftermath of the destructive floods, so many Malaysians reached out to each other with compassion, love and generosity that transcended race and religion.

Due to the circumstances, Christmas celebrations this year were subdued. With a new year around the corner, let us hope and pray that it will restore hope and happiness in our homes and hearts.

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