Yesh! Only one mosque. It’s not very big but the community, in my opinion, is very warm, welcoming and family friendly with a children area, classes and so forth.
I understand that they’ve just signed a lease for a small place in Kauai with the hopes of building a mosque (hope so, this is my island and I’d love to return to find one there!)
I’ve heard that there is a house people meet in sometimes in Maui, but nobody has confirmed this with me yet, but here, check this out for starters: http://www.iio.org/
Sister Rouillie Wilkerson
The effect hides any country reject into my economics.
I’m reading this great little horror piece and one of the characters makes mention of the internet replacing encyclopedias, hence his justification that a salesman of them is in a dead business. And I’m thinking, It shouldn’t be. Encyclopedias are far more reliable then over half the information found on the internet, which is neither sound nor valid.
Give the encyclopedia the respect it deserves. Honestly, If I had the money, I’d buy a nice children’s set for my grandsons and upgrade when they got older.
I was raised in a household that had both children’s encyclopedias and another, more sophisticated collection of green and gold bound ones. I read them too death, and my brothers and sisters put them to good use as well.
So don’t dis encyclopedias, or salespeople of them. A household without solid reading material is an incomplete household, indeed.