This is a drawing that symbolizes that each of us are unique in our own way. In the middle the black calligraphy reads out, “Ar- Rahman,” which means the most merciful. For Muslims, the Arabic calligraphy is one of the names of god. This drawing represents pluralism because we each have our own beliefs and were made differently.
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These photos represent individuality through the fact that each flame is different and they also display how even the rapid oxidation of a material in the exothermic chemical process of combustion that is neglected by many can still be tamed and beautiful.
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