How many of us would conquer any shyness and just do the prayers wherever we find ourselves when the set prayer hours arrive?
Just put off your shoes, kneel down, and do the prostrations?
In Israel you see Muslims (well, mainly men) praying in many public open spaces.
Like this Bedouin father on the lawn at Beer Sheva's Soroka hospital last week.
While exploring the medical center's sprawling campus I discovered this dedicated [Muslim] "Prayer Room."
The door on the right, as you can see from the water running out, is the place to do ritual ablution before prayer.
Soroka's Prayer Room is open at these times during morning, noon, and evening for the five obligatory prayers.
UPDATE: I read now that Soroka was the first Israeli hospital to open a Muslim prayer room, sometime before 2003.
After a petition was filed in 2013, the High Court of Justice instructed the six largest hospitals to also build such a prayer room. See article in Haaretz .
While this is not exactly the "inspirational" religious architecture that bloggers share every weekend at inSPIRED Sunday, still, I'm linking it to the meme. And also to Our World Tuesday.