December 13, 2017

New Year messages of religious leaders

By Ye Khoung Nyunt, Photo :Zaw Min Latt
Rev. Mahn San Thein Tun, Archbishop of Myanmar Baptist Christian Church

As Jesus Christ protected us in all 2016, we are now ushering in 2017. In our faith, each and every New Year is planned by Jesus. It means that we are born again with new concepts.
A new year is a time when we leave all slins and troubles behind and we pray for peace, stability and happiness for mankind in 2017.
John Saw Yaw Han, Assistant Archbishop
I wish all citizens of Myanmar mental and physical peace, equality and human rights.
It is our responsibility to exert effort for the prosperity and development of the country. If all of us contribute something to the development and prosperity of our country, Myanmar will emerge as a peaceful country in the world. I would like to invite all citizens to participate in the efforts.
Haj U Aye Lwin, member of interfaith group
As old bad things will be replaced with better new things in the New Year, I would like to give a gift of words from Quorum, “As long as you cannot change yourself, then God will never change your life. It means that one who is desirous of change is required to change oneself, including one’s ideas and actions. Then Myanmar will be able to usher in a better new year.
I wish all national races of different religions the ability to express the real beauty of Myanmar, which is unity in diversity.
Samuels, the Head of Jewish Community in Yangon
I wish all people of different religious faiths and races in Myanmar friendship and coexistence forever.
U Tun Nyein, All Myanmar Hindu Federation
I would like to wish all people of different religions and races in Myanmar brotherhood.
U San Win, All Myanmar Bahá’í Faith Organization
I would like to wish all Myanmar citizens physical and mental well-being. It is our desire to improve the world as a whole. It is also important how to make that happen. Our organisation wishes you all a better world.

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