The inner parts of all religions usually say the same truth. As a Sufi, Abdullah believes people must find this inner truth for themselves, from within the framework of whatever religion they happen to belong to. He sees the religion of the future to be cosmic in character, practised by people on their own, not relying on large gatherings at mosques, synagogues, temples, or churches. Until that time, he prays people will try to cultivate some tolerance and understanding of all religions. There are services of Ba’hai and Universal Worship of Hazrat Inayat Khan which cultivate this ideal for those who require outer worship of this calibre. Those who are firmly entrenched in the Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, or other religions must try and see the others’ point of view if they are not capable of realising that interiorly all are the same.