Shorter post today – I forgot to write the post before showing up here in the internet cafe! I often walk past this mosque on Kotokuraba Rd., one of the main roads of Cape Coast, and it made me think about the religious diversity that is a part of what is a very stable and peaceful Ghanaian society. Ghana is a deeply religious country, for both followers of Christianity and Islam, which sadly is not the case in many other countries in Africa or throughout the world. God seems to be everywhere, whether in the names of stores as mentioned in earlier posts, or on the back of cars and trucks. Yet Ghanaian Muslims and Christians have avoided religious conflicts. I need to think more about why this is so, but this kind of religious tolerance would be a good lesson for many.