Keynote by Mr. Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi
Assalam Alaykum ladies and gentleman. Peace and blessings be upon all gathered here for this Adam Day event. I Khwaja Shamsuddin Azeemi would like to thankyou for accepting Azeemia Foundation’s invitation to attend this annual event and extend a warm welcome to you all. The Adam Day event is one of its kind. Through it we aim to send out a message of love peace, benevolence and human brotherhood to all of humanity.
I would like to congratulate all the organisers of Adam Day. I pray that we all become good human beings and benefit others and deliver goodness and prosperity to the world. I pray for good health, happiness, success and prosperity for all those attending this graceful event. Thankyou very much for honouring us with your presence. May God bestow peace and blessings upon you all. Assalam Alaykum.
| Gerard Cohen is self-described as a young spirit with an old soul. Born and raised in Southern California. By day, Gerard works as a digital accessibility specialist, advocating to make applications and digital media accessible to people with disabilities.
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| Rev. Will McGarvey served as pastor at Community Presbyterian Church of Pittsburg, CA, a PC (USA)-UCC congregation, for over 13 years. Will has long been active in Interfaith circles. He served on the Executive Committee of the ICCCC from 2004 to 2010. For the last five years he has served as a part-time Executive Director of the ICCCC
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|David Marshak is a retired software developer and systems expert who lives in Walnut Creek. He is active in his synagogue, the interfaith community, and the Princeton alumni community. He has been studying philosophy, history and the religions of the world since 1958. David represents Judaism.
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