A woman in Michigan reacted to a Buddhist symbol lovingly painted on her door by covering it up with a cardboard placard with a quote taken from one of the poorly-edited novels of J.K.Rowling, an eccentric English women who tweets about housing migrants while living in a mansion with 18 empty bedrooms.
The Michigan woman, Erin Zettle of Lapeer, said she "cried and cried" after discovering the Buddhist manji, which is a symbol of peace and life, on her door.
It seems that in her ignorance she mistook it for a early 20th century German political symbol, which has a completely different clockwise orientation, rather than an anti-clockwise one.
The piss-poor quote from the third-rate author reads:
"Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light."
Police are still looking for the mysterious rabbi who painted the Buddhist symbol, possibly to thank him for this brave attempt to start an interfaith dialogue.