Thousands of people from 80 countries and 50 different faiths flocked to Salt Lake City last weekend to be spiritually fed, but a group of Sikh volunteers took it upon themselves to ensure that they were physically fed as well.
After listening to a group of diverse religious leaders address how income inequality is an increasingly dire problem in most areas of the world, many of those in the audience acknowledged it is an issue they can agree on, despite different religious backgrounds and beliefs.
Global humanitarian work and local mischief making can make the world a more peaceful, intermingled place. A shared lecture on Saturday's during The Parliament of the World's Religions explored the power in doing good.
A slideshow of many of the events going on at the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions.
A slideshow of many of the people — diverse in religion and ethnicity — who attended the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions.
Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell recalled how her granddaughter was asking her family for help in learning about civil rights activist Martin Luther King, when her family told her that she should ask her grandmother instead, because she knew King.