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Do I Kneel or Do I Bow?: What You Need To Know When Attending Religious Occasions (Simple Guides)

2 Ratings: 0.0
A book by Akasha Lonsdale

In today’s multicultural society we are increasingly likely to meet and become friends with people from different religious backgrounds, and to find ourselves attending an unfamiliar ceremony. When this happens, there can be few of us who know … see full wiki

Tags: Books, Etiquette, Religious Etiquette
Author: Akasha Lonsdale
Genre: Etiquette
Publisher: Kuperard
2 reviews about Do I Kneel or Do I Bow?: What You Need To...
review by . September 14, 2010
Whether you need this book soon to attend a religious event that might otherwise mystify you, or whether you're just curious about different ceremonies; this book is a marvelous resource and a well-written explanation about sacred rites and observances.    It goes deeper than the kneel or bow quandary that's confused me on more than one occasion, and gives some excellent insight into what's really going on at the various types of ceremonies etc.    It serves …
review by . June 15, 2010
. . . this book did not deliver on its basic premise -- and the premise is extremely important. Many (arguably most) people will, at various times in their lives and for various reasons, will have occasions where they will be visitors at religious ceremonies different from their own. Basic knowledge and understanding of religious traditions other than one's own is important so as not to embarrass one's self (and more importantly, one's host!) Disrespect out of ignorance is still disrespect, and …
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