Rev. Jay Speights
Jay Speights is an interfaith minister, main United Nations representative for The New Seminary in New York and an On-Call Chaplain at The Washington Hospital Center in DC. Before becoming a minister, he worked on Capitol Hill, several trade associations in Washington, many local and national political campaigns, and operated a public affairs consulting firm. Jay just completed his first book entitled, "Harmonious Day", and believes that to achieve a more civil society, we must focus on our shared moral and community values, and not our differences. Jay was one of the recipients of The 2007 Humanitarian Award by The Punjabi Literary and Cultural Society. His email address is email@example.com and you can find out more about his work and purchase his book by visiting: http://jayspeights.blogspot.com/
Monday, May 5, 2008 a 11:02am
Forget the Cable TV talking heads and all of their talk about Jeremiah Wright and his impact on the 2008 Election. When I talk about the issues with friends and many other people all I hear is gas, jobs and mortgages.
Sunday, April 27, 2008 a 2:29pm
To see three butterflies in the same place at the same time, qualifies as a natural phenomenon in these environmentally distressed times.
Friday, April 18, 2008 a 7:03pm
Yesterday, Pope Benedict said, “In their attempt to discover commonalities, religious leaders have shied away from the responsibility to discuss our differences with calmness and clarity." This is what we needed to hear.
Thursday, April 17, 2008 a 5:04am
We all have a divine light in us. Let's try to find it in each other.
Wednesday, April 16, 2008 a 11:10am
Blacks, Whites, conservatives, liberals, Christians, Jews, Democrats, Republicans, Muslims, Latinos, men and women, Red State and Blue State folks, etc, are all losing homes and jobs, dying in wars and have no health insurance. And we are all Americans.