When we tolerate one another, we affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
Moving beyond prejudice, we learn to accept and cherish all.
When we tolerate one another, we recognize the finite limitations of our own being.
Moving beyond vanity, we acknowledge with humble gratitude the gifts that we may share with others.
When we tolerate one another, we celebrate compassionate communion in difference.
Moving beyond exclusion, we open ourselves up to others with a trusting faith.
When we tolerate one another, we actively embrace life’s proliferating variation.
Moving beyond indifference, we care and love for one another.