"Our differences may lead to a different way of thinking, but they also indicate the greatness of the process of creation, and adds to it the utmost beauty and creativity."
Muna, from Bethlehem
"With regard to the issue of the unity of the Churches, I believe that God created living creatures of different kinds. He created animals in different ways, as well as plants and other creatures. Such is also the case with humans; God Almighty did not create us human beings from a single copy, as we are different in appearance and essence. Each of us has his or her own characteristics, personality, flaws and qualities. Naturally, these differences lead to a different way of thinking. But all of this indicates the greatness of the process of creation, and adds to it the utmost beauty and creativity. However, it also constitues an obstacle to the unity of these creatures, especially us humans, who are flawed perceptive creatures with a thinking mind. We cannot fully unite because of these natural differences between us.
Yet, we can still agree on matters that our hands cannot reach; in other words, the divine doctrines revealed by God through the Holy Bible, through His prophets then His Son, His messengers, and finally His saints, supported with signs and miracles. These are beliefs we cannot change, and that should bring us together. I believe that it would be great to have meetings to discuss the doctrines Churches have in common, should maybe have in common, and don't have in common. And I am confident that God will undertake to bring minds and hearts closer to one another, so that His words will be fulfilled: 'I have given them the glory You gave Me, so that they may be one as We are one' (John 17:22)."