Invite people from two or three different ethnicities to your home or spiritual community. Ask them how birth, weddings, birthdays, deaths and other rites of passage are handled in their traditions.
The Orisa Lifestyle Pledge and Law is acodeofconduct.Developyourown personal codeofconduct for relating to other people. You should have at least five guidelines in your code. Live by your code with total strictness for one week. Was it easy or hard to do so? What do you think made it easy or difficult to uphold?
Imagine that you are a visitor from another part of the world. No one in your home town knows about Orisa Lifestlye and you must make a report. How would you answer these questions in your report? • What are the common characteristics of Orisa Lifestyle everywhere? • What activities are universal? • What are their beliefs, and what things are most important to them? • How do they treat their environments?
Make an "Orisa Family" collage, poster, display, or booklet. Include photos of orisa devotees from as many different places around the world as you can.
With your friends, write your own "declaration of orisa people's obligations," a document that describes the obligations that all orisa people should fulfill. Find out about one organization that works to help orisa people meet these obligations. See how you can assist with the work it does.
Find out about people who are "peacemakers." Identify three orisa people who work for human rights, world peace, or advancement. Pick one person to learn more about, and share your findings with others.
Think of five problems that might occurwhenpeoplewhoare different live or work together. Write each of the problems on a slip of paper. In a group of orisa devotees, pull out a slip and talk about or act out solutions to the problem. Continue until all the problems have been discussed.
Watch the news for one week. Create a Google Alert. Look for instances of discrimination or violence against orisa people anywhere in the world. Discuss with your friends or family what communities can do to combat prejudice.