Whether you are taking notes at an interfaith conference or keeping a personal diary, you will find this 7×10 journal a useful companion. Large lined pages on cream-colored paper have a place for the date in the top corner of each page. There is a ribbon page marker, and elastic strap to hold it closed with papers tucked inside, and a pen strap to hold a pen when you are on the move.
But most impressive is the beautiful interfaith rosette on the deep blue suede-finished hard cover. It includes the symbols for six major religions: The Baha’i Faith, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism. The logo is bright enough to attract attention while still being dignified.
This makes an excellent gift for seminary students, speakers at interfaith gatherings, and anyone who likes to keep a journal. It sends a message of inclusion to anyone who sees you carry it. The large pages give plenty of room to write, and with 160 pages, it will take months to fill. To show the size, it is pictured sitting on top of standard typing paper. The cream-colored paper reduces eye-strain while writing. The lines are light, so they act as a writing guide without overpowering the page.
Why journal? Writing your thoughts down creates a tangible record of them that allows you to look at them more objectively and understand them better. If you write regularly, it also helps you see how your understanding of experiences changes over time. Along with prayer and a good therapist, it is one of the most helpful tools of personal growth.
Our journal is available with or without a matching dark blue interfaith stylus gel pen. This was a special purchase, so when the 100 are gone, they are gone.