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UNITY MOSQUE

Live to you from Toronto, but still carrying a piece of Lebanon with me. The first month in the diaspora was unkind, started with a brutal flu and ached with unforgiving isolation. Three weeks in, the counselor I started seeing after my anxiety sky-rocketed and my faith trembled, suggested I check out Unity Mosque.

Created in May 2009, Unity Mosque describes circle; a weekly Friday prayer and community-building gathering.

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