Visiting Churches, Mosques, and Temples

Cassius: You’ll need To cover up if you want to go in there. This is a House of worship.

Brittany: All right, if you say so. I don’t really want to go into this Mosque or Temple or whatever it is.

Cassius: Keep your voice down. Can’t you see that there are people at the Altar in Prayer?

Brittany: I’ll just stay outside. Maybe I’ll walk over to that building over there with the Dome and Steeple.

Cassius: That’s not a steeple. It’s a Minaret, and that’s a mosque. You’re definitely not going in there dressed like that.

Brittany: Why not? I’m curious about other Religions. I just want to see what it’s like inside and take lots of pictures.

Cassius: These are Holy places. You can’t just Barge into a house of worship To satisfy your curiosity.

Brittany: I don’t think there’s anything wrong with me wanting to observe local people worshipping their Gods. I’m very interested in the local culture.

Cassius: Would you like a tourist coming into your Church and taking pictures of you while you’re in prayer?

Brittany: I don’t belong to a church, but if I did, I’d welcome anyone who wanted to have a look.

Cassius: Other members of your Congregation might not feel that way, but do what you like. I’ll be right here ready To dust you off when they Give you the boot!

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Visiting Churches, Mosques, and Temples