Greetings All. I am adding to my original post as I did not include an an introduction and personal details. My husband Dana will be joining me on this Interfaith Pilgrimage. Dana was brought to Pittsburgh to be a VP for one of the Oil & Gas Companies located here. He now does consulting for various entities. He is a skilled executive with vast experience within the oil & gas industry. He is expanding his hobbies to include calligraphy. He is a great conversationalist. By day, I enjoy a career in personal development. I work with talented professionals who are seeking to achieve more within their business and personal lives. I facilitate programs from the Proctor Gallagher Institute and really enjoy working with high achievers, visionary thinkers and purpose driven entrepreneurs. In my past life I taught college and now helping people learn to use scientific and spiritual principles to achieve more success is an absolute joy. One of my clients has tasked me to develop a program for young people as they set out to navigate life. I am excited to work with these young people! I work with single clients, businesses and companies. I described my volunteer life in the previous post. I was raised in a small town and really enjoyed the faith community there. I was blessed to have parents who raised me in our family's faith tradition (The Church of Jesus Chris of Latter-day Saints) yet encouraged me to experience other faiths. I attended Christmas Eve Candle Light Mass with my Catholic friends, Vacation Bible School with my Methodist friends and enjoyed the company and friendship of the kids from our town's only Jewish family. From that family I learned much as both parents survived the holocaust. I am forever grateful for these rich experiences in my youth as they have helped me seek out Interfaith friendships and learn so much from people of other faith traditions. This has become a common theme in my life.